The deadline for Marketing Week’s Masters of Marketing Awards has been extended to Friday, 18 May.
The Masters are unique among marketing awards in their scope with more than 30 categories covering every aspect of a marketer’s job and all major industry sectors.
And it is all powered and amplified by the most trusted and respected marketing title in the UK – Marketing Week.
The UK’s biggest celebration of marketing excellence
Marketing Week is the only UK title that covers everything in marketing from strategy through to execution, and Marketing Week’s Masters of Marketing are the only awards to do the same.
From the challenge of digital transformation, to effective use of new and old media channels in all major industry sectors, from boardroom demands to extract more from less to the challenge of building a winning marketing team: The Masters covers all of this in one set of awards.
Be celebrated and seen by some of the UK’s most senior marketing leaders
The Masters is the only marketing awards to be judged exclusively by a panel of senior marketing leaders from the UK’s biggest companies.
This year’s judges include Formula One’s director of marketing Ellie Norman, News UK’s managing director Chris Duncan, The Guardian’s chief customer officer Anna Bateson and Virgin Atlantic’s senior VP of marketing Claire Cronin.
They are joined by David Wheldon, CMO at RBS, Santander CMO Keith Moor. Channel 4’s chief marketing and communications officer Dan Brooke and Wagamama’s customer director Emma Wood, among many others.
To find out more about categories and to enter please visit http://marketingweekmasters.com
Deadline for entries is 18 May.
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