The Marketing Week’s Masters Awards are back for 2019 and the deadline for entries is fast approaching. If you want the acknowledgement of some of the biggest names in UK marketing, enter today.
Here are three reasons why you should:
1. The UK’s biggest celebration of marketing excellence
With more than 30 categories, the awards are the biggest celebration of marketing effectiveness, innovation and creativity in the UK. From the challenge of digital transformation, to effective use of new and old media channels in all major industry sectors; and from boardroom demands to extract more from less, to the challenge of building a winning marketing team, the Marketing Week Masters covers all of this in one set of awards.
2. Have your work seen by the biggest names in UK marketing
The Marketing Week Masters Awards are exclusively judged by a panel of senior marketing leaders. 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.
3. Get your work profiled on Marketing Week
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.
Last year saw Asos, Nationwide and Bodyform win big, with Asos taking home the Brand of the Year Award, Bodyform winning the Grand Prix and Nationwide CMO Sara Bennison crowned Visionary Marketer of the Year.
You can see all last year’s winners and case studies detailing the strategy, execution and success enjoyed by the winners here.
Marketing Week editor Russell Parsons says: “The Masters celebrates the effectiveness, creativity and innovation of marketers and brands. There is some amazing work being done by marketers across the industry and we will celebrate this on the evening of the awards and through Marketing Week’s channels.”
The awards are now open for entry, with an extended deadline of Friday, 3 May. The awards evening will be held in October.
To find out more about the categories and to enter, visit http://marketingweekmasters.com