Top marketers from Britvic and Sport England among judges for the Marketing Week Awards

Marketing chiefs from Britvic, Barclaycard and Sport England are just some of the judges judging this year’s entries for the Marketing Week Awards, taking place on 12 May at the Roundhouse in London.

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So far Sport England’s Tanya Joseph, Matt Barwell from Britvic, Katherine Whitton from Barclaycard and Direct Line Group’s Mark Evans are among the judges who will be sifting through entries to find the brands and people who are leading the marketing industry and possess the strategies, skills and issues today that will affect everyone tomorrow.

The full list is

  • Matthew Barwell, CMO, Britvic
  • John Bernard, global marketing director, Mozilla
  • Gary Booker, CMO, Dixons Carphone
  • Gary Bramall, CMO, Hailo
  • Simon Carter, executive director of marketing, UK and Ireland, Fujitsu
  • Hilary Cross, director of strategy and engagement, British Council
  • Andy Edge, commercial director (UK & Ireland), Odeon and UCI
  • Mark Evans, marketing director, Direct Line Group
  • Tanya Joseph, executive director of business partnerships, Sport England
  • Colin Lewis, marketing director, bmi – British Midland
  • Chris Macleod, marketing director, Transport for London
  • Pete Markey, CMO, Post Office
  • Keith Moor, CMO, Santander
  • Rufus Radcliffe, group marketing and research director, ITV
  • Katherine Whitton, CMO, Barclaycard
  • Emma Woods, , group marketing and digital director, Merlin Entertainments

This year’s varied categories are aimed at celebrating the industry’s best in class, recognising those who excel at insight innovation, outstanding storytelling or are diversity champions.

Whether it’s gaining industry recognition, enforcing your credentials or celebrating your team’s achievements – there are many reasons to enter the awards.

Marketing Week’s editor Russell Parsons says: “Marketing can transform the fortunes of organisations, change attitudes and enhance reputations. Its achievements and those of marketers need to be recognised. The Marketing Week Awards will do exactly that.

“From diversity champions to brands placing purpose before profit to the marketers and marketing teams demonstrating trail blazing excellence and producing cutting edge campaigns, the awards highlight what is defining and changing marketing.”


Early bird entry for the Marketing Week Awards closes on Wednesday 3rd February. Click here to find out more about the awards, or enter now.


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