• The Big Picture

    13 Jan 2015

    From headline sponsor UKFast

    From the 14th January, entries for the Big Chip Awards 2015 will be open, and we’re incredibly excited and honoured to be involved as the awards’ main sponsor! Not only is the digital world a hive of progress, the north is becoming the nucleus from which innovation grows; and as the event is the one of the longest running digital awards events in the UK, we’re sure to see some powerhouses on the night!

  • Hear what winning a Big Chip Award meant to Apadmi...

    19 Mar 2014

    The extended deadline for this year's Big Chip Awards is 24.03.14, less than a week away. If you haven't already entered, or you're considering entering, our latest blog from consumer and mobile app developers, Apadmi, may help you to decide. Last year, Apadmi won Best Mobile Project and Best Application Technology at the Big Chip Awards. Hannah Pym, Marketing Manager at Apadmi shares with us what winning a Big Chip Award meant to them:  1. Can you tell us any ways that winning a Big Chip has helped your business - for example by

  • Who can enter the Big Chip Awards?

    12 Mar 2014

    We’re really proud that the Big Chip Awards are now in their 16th year and have grown to be the biggest award ceremony in the region for rewarding digital excellence. But did you know that you don’t have to be a digital company or agency to enter? Any business or organisation can enter the awards, as long as they have undertaken a digital project in the past year – this can be anything from a company website to a mobile app.

  • What Does Winning A Digital Award Mean For Your Business?

    11 Mar 2014

    It's now less than a week to go until the entry deadline for the Big Chip Awards 2014, with entries closing on March 17th. Enter here today.

  • What did the 2013 Big Chip Award winners have to say?

    07 Mar 2014

    The Big Chip Awards entry deadline is fast approaching, with entries closing on March 17th.

  • Entry form and word counts

    07 Mar 2014

    We've been receiving questions from entrants about the entry form and in particular about word counts.First, it's worth remembering that once you have registered an account on the site and created a submission, you can keep returning to that submission and editing until you are happy and press the Confirm button.You can also get a complete guide to what you are going to be asked in the How To Enter Guide - we've just updated this to include comprehensive information about word counts.Click here to do