Prospect Innovation Awards Conditions of Entry - Network Prospect

Prospect Innovation Awards Conditions of Entry


Before submitting a nomination, please carefully read the below eligibility and terms and conditions of entry.

  1. You are encouraged to enter the category/s that best reflects your business success or capability.
  2. Entrants must be located in the City of Prospect (CoP) or demonstrate strong business relations which will result in local jobs or significant progress towards an Innovation Precinct.
  3. Proposal must also demonstrate relevance of the project to the Prospect community.
  4. Businesses or institutions must have adequate and appropriate public liability insurance cover (minimum of $10m required, however council may require some businesses to have up to $20m cover depending on your risk profile)
  5. Applicant must lodge an application form (in Survey Monkey)
  6. Can demonstrate financial sustainability.
  7. An entry cannot be moved into another category following the close date for lodgement of submissions.
  8. If at any time following submission of an entry the business being put forward goes into administration, voluntary receivership, liquidation or bankruptcy, the entrant is required to advise CoP and accepts that the submission will no longer be eligible for the award.
  9. All business finalists will be required to provide proof of trading solvent. This may be reviewed by CoP’s to ensure finalists are financially stable. All financial information will be kept strictly confidential.
  10. For a not-for-profit organisation the entrant must be registered as a company, an incorporated association or be constituted by a trust endorsed by the Australian Taxation Office as a charity and have an Australian Business Number (please visit and for more information).
  11. Finalists for each of the categories will be notified by email. Finalists will also be publicly announced.
  12. There may be one winner selected from each of the categories. Winners will be announced at the Prospect Innovation Award in June 2020. Winners will also be publicly announced.
  13. A single entrant category does not guarantee the entrant as a winning entry. Not all categories must be awarded.
  14. By entering the awards, you authorise the use and/or reproduction of images in relation to any editorial/advertising initiated in conjunction with the awards.
  15. Student entries must be registered with an SA Educational institution.
  16. By entering the awards, CoP may use your logo, business identity, details about your business or personal identity in any way in any material which promotes the awards or your products or services.
  17. You warrant that you and each representative has consented to and authorised the potential use and disclosure by CoP of material collected in accordance with these terms.Awards/Grant will be judged by the panel and the award and grant remuneration will be based on merit and meeting the section criteria.
  18. Judging Panel can vary the grant money per category with a maximum of $8,000 per applicant.
  19. By entering the awards, you acknowledge that under no circumstance will judges and CoP be held responsible for any comment, viewpoint or expressions, whether expressed or implied, concerning the standard or quality of entrant’s submission. By entering you agree not to bring a claim against any judge, CoP, and sponsor in relation to feedback on your submission.
  20. To the extent permitted by the law, CoP will not be liable for any loss or damage or personal injury suffered or sustained in connection with the awards. You warrant that the use by CoP of any intellectual property provided by you will not infringe the intellectual property rights or other rights of you or any third party and you must indemnify CoP and its officers, employees or agents against any loss or liability from any claim or action that arises directly or indirectly as a result of a breach of either these terms or a warranty by you.
  21. Grant money is not transferable or exchangeable. If grant money has not been claimed it will be distributed at CoP’s absolute direction.
  22. All grant money must be applied to the awarded project within a 12 month period.
  23. International submissions will not be considered, unless applicant can demonstrate that they are temporarily overseas.
  24. Student programs or the youth entrepreneurial award is only open to students at year 10 and above.