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Competition Rules

The Napier Student B2B Project competition is designed to encourage more PR and marketing students to consider B2B, rather than B2C, for their career. The rules for the competition are:

How to Enter

To enter the competition, please complete the form online at
You must complete all fields.
The description of the project should be no more than 700 words, and should be at least 300 words.
Entry is free of charge
Each student may enter only one project


The competition is open to anyone over 18 years of age at the time of entry, who is a registered student at a recognised higher education provider based in the UK (i.e. UK University, College, etc).
The organisers reserve the right to see proof of eligibility, particularly proof that the entrant was a student at the time of entry.


The prize is £1000. The prize will be awarded to the successful student by 1st September 2023. No alternatives to the prize are available. Any taxes associated with receiving the prize will be the responsibility of the winning student.

Entry Criteria

Projects must have been undertaken between April 2022 - April 2023. You must have been a registered student when you undertook the project. The project can be part of your course, or a placement with a business or organisation. The project can be either PR or marketing. The project or campaign must be business-to-business (B2B) and not target consumers. Deadline for entries is 1st May 2023. Please send any additional accompanying materials to


The entries will be judged by a panel of judges appointed by the organiser of the competition, Napier Partnership Limited.
The judges may draw up a shortlist and ask for further details of the projects from the finalists. If this is the case, information will be requested by email before the end of May 2023, and a reply must be received within 21 days of the request for information, otherwise your entry will be disqualified.
The judges will assess the projects based on the impact of the project, the contribution to the student's education and the contribution the student has made to their organisation
The judges' decision is final. No correspondance will be entered into by the judging panel regarding the selection of the winner or any individual entry.

Publicity and Confidentiality

By entering the competition, you allow Napier Partnership Limited to conduct promotional activities using your name.
Winners, and the universities they attend, will be allowed (and encouraged) to make use of their success in their own promotion.
You should not submit any information that is confidential, and it is your responsibility to ensure that you do not breech any confidentiality agreements you have with the organisation or the university.

The Organiser

The organiser of the competition is Napier Partnership Limited.