This year, the International Performance Marketing Awards are back with a bang. The first in person ceremony since 2019 will take place at the five star Landmark Hotel in London on 18 October, the night before PI LIVE London. It will be great to see the most brilliant minds from across the globe coming together to celebrate the best of the best in performance marketing.
With a varied panel of over 40 judges from across the globe, the awards give you an opportunity to benchmark your work, encourage focus and bring your team and clients together. It will be a fantastic chance to get in some much-needed networking – something that has been hugely missed since the start of the pandemic.
What else is new this year?
This year, the organisers have introduced five brand new categories:
- Best Social Commerce Campaign
- Best Lead Generation Campaign
- Best Use of Performance During COVID
- Best Brand Performance Campaign
- One to Watch!
- With region specific categories, alongside our ‘best of the best’ categories; whether you are active in APAC, USA, MENA, Europe or LATAM there will be something you can get your teeth into.
Brands, publishers, agencies, affiliate networks, SaaS and technology providers can all enter the awards.
All you have to do is download the entry kit, which contains details of all of the categories, provides you with must-read guidance and walks you through the full submission process. The deadline for final entries is 22 July.
Heather Peebles, Head of Affiliate Partnerships at Reward Gateway and IPMA 2020 judge said: “It’s easy to get swept up when writing an entry and forget some of the basics (we’ve seen it happen!), but hopefully a reminder of these, along with some tips to make your entry stand out from the masses will see you dusting off the mantelpiece in no time!”
Want to get your judging hat on?
If you would like to be in with the chance of being a part of the prestigious judging panel, nominate yourself or a colleague here. Please note the team does not currently take applications/nominations from individuals working for affiliate networks or SaaS tracking providers.