1) Why you should enter: If you win one of next year’s Rev Awards, it will send a clear message to you staff, clients and investors that your organisation is at the forefront of the world’s most dynamic and fast moving communications industry.
2) Who can enter?
Open to brand-owners, agencies, and marketing service providers the categories are designed to be accessible for organisations of all sizes.
There are specific awards for small budgets, not-for-profit organisations and b2b campaigns
The work needs to have occurred between 1st November 2011 and 31st October 2012 and must been carried out in the UK. Work carried out overseas is eligible, as long as it was initiated, co-ordinated and evaluated by a UK office or UK based staff.
3) Which categories should you enter?
Have a look through the categories listed below and reflect on where your strengths lie. There are awards for individual projects, innovation and overall performance. If you have had success on multiple fronts, it is well worth entering more than one category,
Four category types:
Specialist: Open to entries across all platforms, subdivided by sector.
Platforms: Entries are accepted according to the dominant digital discipline used.
Creativity: Focus on innovation in the digital space.
Expertise: Recognises the greatest achievements across the year.
Automotive & Transport
Business to Business
Leisure & Sport
Not for profit & Public Service
Retail & E commerce
Marketing on a Shoestring
Recognising the greatest achievements across the year.
Digital Brand of the Year
Digital Media Brand of the Year
Agency of the Year
4) How to enter:
Go to the Rev Awards
to find out more. Early bird entry before January 10th
5) How can you improve your chances of winning?
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