Key dates

Open for entries: Wednesday 6 April

Extended deadline: Wednesday 08 June

Judging commencing: Monday 13 June

Shortlist announced: Late July

Awards ceremony: October



Who can enter?

The awards are open to the brands and agencies entering projects on their behalf. Agencies must ensure they have permission and prior approval from their clients for any entries.

The awards are open to both UK and international organisations. Please make sure you have all permissions needed to use any material contained within the entry.

The eligibility period runs from 1 January 2021 to 1 June 2022 inclusive. If the work launched before the eligibility period it can still be entered if entrants can demonstrate substantial, measurable return during this time.

What is the entry format?

The entry – submitted online – comprises a 140 word executive summary and three sections with a maximum 500 words each. You may also upload supportive creative images and charts to help illustrate the entry and aid in the judges in their evaluations. Each entry should cover three core areas, laying out the objectives, implementation and results of the work undertaken.

  • The diagnosis, objectives and strategy in 500 words
  • The execution in 500 words
  • The effectiveness in 500 words

Entry costs

£399+VAT – Standard entry

Who will see my entry?

The entries will be seen by our jury, who all sign non-disclosure agreements to ensure protection of any commercially sensitive information.

Marketing Week Awards, Festival of Marketing, and Marketing Week may wish to publish case studies or ask you to speak at our events based on your entry. Please mark any commercially sensitive material in your entry and indicate any information which cannot be published.





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