The deadline for the 16th Big Chip Awards has been extended to today.
Organised by Manchester Digital, with help from partners Digital Union, Creative Sheffield and the Manchester Digital Development Agency, the awards are open to digital agencies and other creative firms, as well as any businesses or organisations that have undertaken digital initiatives in the past year, from creating a company website to launching a mobile app.
Among the judges this year will be Al Scott, C3: Connected Cloud Communications; Bill Thompson, journalist and media commentator; Herb Kim, founder of the Thinking Digital conference and Thayer Prime, Government Digital Service and celebrated games guru.
Entries should be submitted online at www.bigchipawards.com . The first two entries are free. Subsequent entries cost £95.