To determine best in class efforts, the Performance Marketing Awards team has sought out the best of the best for this years’ PMA judging panel. This years’ judges have been hand-selected with the aim to create a diverse, representative and hugely knowledgeable panel across the board.

The PMA 2022 ceremony will be taking place at the stunning Grosvenor House Hotel in London on the 18th May. This year the team has received a record number of entries, so the gathering together of industry professionals is set to be a fantastic opportunity to celebrate the pure talent and innovation we have witnessed over the last year.

With focus on best in class affiliate marketing, performance media, influencer marketing and partner marketing, the judging panel will put their heads together to discuss, deliberate and decide this years’ winners.

Let’s take a look at who’s on the panel in 2022…

This years’ judges

There are a host of incredible brand names joining this years’ judging panel. We will see the return of Three’s Iain Davidson and digidip’s Ante Letica. Some more familiar faces will be joining, including eBay Partner Network’s Richard Lane, as well as Leo Harrison and TopCashback’s Eniola Ogunbanwo.

This is in addition to some new faces from a number of incredible brands. Boohoo’s Edith Bachelor will be joining the panel, bringing with her ten years of experience in the affiliate industry. Edith started out at a network before moving client-side – from travel, so has experience across a wealth of verticals.

Burberry’s James Harrower will also be a judge, using his 15 years of experience both agency and client side across a number of industries.

Becca Maier joined BuzzFeed US over six years ago and moved to London to join the International team a year after. She will use her knowledge publisher-side to deliberate, alongside Johnson Kiete, who currently leads performance marketing globally at Curve, the all-in-one financial app, where he is focused on building and scaling the function for the fintech start-up.

This year we’re seeing the most diverse panel of judges yet, who will be able to pool their varying experiences for this ever-evolving industry.

If you wish to see the full list of judges, make sure to head to the Performance Marketing Awards website. The shortlist will be announced next month, closely followed by the ceremony itself, on the 18th May.

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