Participation is limited to entrants or clients based in New England (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont).
Entrants are not required to be MITX members.
Entrants can submit the same entry in up to three categories, paying a separate entry fee for each category.
Entries must be in final form; incomplete entries may be disqualified at MITX’s discretion.
Campaign entries must have made an impact during the previous year (2016). Elements of the entry may have been introduced earlier and/or run past this time frame, but your entry must be based on data that shows the entry’s effectiveness during this time period.
Standard pricing for 2017 is as follows (*for all non-start-ups)
MITX members: $155 per entry (per category – up to 2 allowed)
Non-MITX members: $300 per entry (per category – up to 2 allowed)
Start-up pricing (*To qualify for this rate, your Start-up must meet the following criteria: companies who have been around for less than 3 years AND who have no more than 20 employees.)
MITX members: $70 per entry (per category – up to 2 allowed)
Non-MITX members: $150 per entry (per category – up to 2 allowed)
All fees must be paid in full at time of entry to be eligible for judging.
Please note: your entry fee(s) is separate from your fee to attend the actual event.
In addition to reduced entry fees, MITX members are also eligible for discounted tickets to the event. For more information about becoming a member of the MITX community, please contact Brianna Allard.
MITX is not responsible for determining whether or not entrants have credited the appropriate developers or obtained approval.
MITX is not liable for misrepresentation due to a lack of information provided from the entrant.
MITX reserves the right to re-categorize entries and/or create, consolidate or eliminate categories at its discretion.
In order to receive the member rate, you must be a MITX corporate member at the time of your entry. If you are unsure of your current membership status, please confirm prior to submission.
You’ll be competing against a diverse set of companies. Some whose products or campaigns are largely funded and adopted, others with smaller budgets and clients, or those that have just received funding to fully develop their product and every type of company in between. So, what makes your entry innovative, valuable, and impactful?
The most significant way for you to stand out in the crowd and define yourself is to focus on what problem your product or campaign solved and your unique strategies to achieve effectiveness and impact.