Deserving of Praise: Final Call for 2023 Difference Maker Nominations

Today is the day for you to make someone else’s day tomorrow. That “tomorrow” falls in May when ENX Magazine announces its 2023 Difference Maker honorees. Actually, honorees will be notified earlier, but let’s not split hairs.

We’re in the process of wrapping up the nomination period for our annual recognition program, which highlights those indispensable people across the office technology spectrum. The movers, the shakers, the deal makers and glory forsakers who shy away from praise but are integral elements to the success of an organization. No one should toil in anonymity, and this is your opportunity to shine the spotlight on that special someone—from your organization or one that you conduct business with—and provide them the accolades they deserve.

DEADLINE: Submit your 2023 ENX Magazine Difference Maker nominations.

We don’t discriminate—whether your Difference Maker is the top banana at a dealership, a budding sales superstar or an admin professional who is available 24/7, the only criteria is that they leave a positive and lasting impression on all their customers, partners and employers. The name of the program says it all: making a difference. This is your opportunity to put into words how these MVPs shape the relationships they have with others.

Friday, March 10 is the deadline for submitting nominations. We don’t want you to miss out on the opportunity to heap praise on those individuals who merit a shout-out, so the entry form will remain live over the weekend. Please reach out to me if you need more time to put together your nomination.

If you’ve already nominated someone, thank you for supporting the Difference Makers program. If you haven’t, please don’t delay. All it costs is 10 minutes of your time to share someone’s story with us. Show someone who goes above and beyond how much they mean to you and your organization. You’ll be glad that you did.

Erik Cagle
About the Author
Erik Cagle is the editorial director of ENX Magazine. He is an author, writer and editor who spent 18 years covering the commercial printing industry.