Marketers from easyJet, KFC and Uber unveiled as Marketing Week Masters judges

By entering this year’s awards, your work will be seen and judged by top marketers from some of the biggest global brands in the UK’s biggest celebration of marketing excellence.

Marketing Week Masters Awards 2019

Top marketers from easyJet, KFC, Co-op and Uber are among the esteemed jury for Marketing Week’s Masters Awards 2019.

Marketing Week is the only UK title that covers everything in marketing from strategy through to execution, and the Marketing Week Masters Awards are UK’s biggest celebration of marketing excellence.

Winners will be decided by a jury of senior marketers from some of the UK’s biggest businesses. This year, our expert panel of judges includes Meghan Farren, CMO of KFC UK & Ireland, easyJet CMO Lis Blair, Ali Jones, customer director at The Co-operative Group, Rachael Pettitt, Uber’s head of marketing for the UK, Northern and Eastern Europe and David Wheldon, CMO at RBS,

They are joined by E.ON’s director of marketing and communications Belinda Moore, Santander CMO Keith Moor, Direct Line Group marketing director Mark Evans and the Guardian’s director of marketing Sonia Sudhakar, among many others.

Marketing Week editor Russell Parsons says: “We have assembled an excellent jury of marketing leaders from some of the UK’s biggest and most interesting brands. There is some amazing work being done by marketers across the world that is innovative, creative and effective and we will celebrate that at the awards ceremony and in the year following through our channels.

“If you want the acknowledgement of our jury of senior marketers and exposure in the UK’s most trusted and authoritative marketing title, enter the Masters.”

Marketing Week’s Masters are unique among marketing awards in their scope, with more than 30 categories covering every aspect of marketing and effective use of new and old media channels across all major industry sectors. From the challenge of digital transformation and achieving excellence on a limited budget to driving meaningful innovation and building a successful marketing team, the Marketing Week Masters covers all aspects of marketing.

The awards are now open for entry, so if want to join last year’s illustrious winners, including Asos, which took home the Brand of the Year Award, Grand Prix winner Bodyform and Nationwide CMO Sara Bennison who was crowned Visionary Marketer of the Year, enter now.

The winners will also be profiled on Marketing Week, with a dedicated area setup on our website detailing the secrets behind the winners’ success. Stories will again be shared on our social media channels and via our email newsletters, which go out to hundreds of thousands across the marketing industry.

You can see all last year’s winners and case studies detailing the strategy, execution and success enjoyed by the winners here.

To find out more about categories and to enter please visit 

Deadline for entries is 29 March. The awards evening will be held in October.

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