The judging panelThe global judging panel spent days deliberating, debating and analysing the top-notch entries for each category and reached their conclusion. Entries were judged by those that work for brands and platforms in the influencer marketing space, including Twitter, Facebook, Sky, Kellogg’s, Cluse, UNICEF and Google.
“Having spent time this week judging submissions for the 2019 Influencer Marketing Awards, I have to say that my faith in and passion for this advertising strategy is stronger than ever before.
Some truly brilliant campaigns, thoughtfully executed by super talented agency partners, on brands which have bold and visionary managers at the wheel. Really looking forward to the event,” said Joseph Harper, UK & Ireland Social Lead at Kellogg’s.
Vertical awardsThe panel was impressed by the creativity and innovation presented in the entries from across the globe, including the USA, India and Netherlands. With 23 categories to judge, it was no easy task but here are some of those that have made the final shortlist. The vertical awards recognise the most innovative campaigns with top brands across a variety of genres, including Best Health Campaign, Best FSports & Fitness Campaign, and Best Home & Garden Campaign, to name a few.
Vamp, Ogilvy, Buttermilk Limited, Traackr,and
The Blogger Programme Limitedgo head-to-head for their work with established brands such as
Sephora, Bobbi Brown, Boots, Diorand
So..? fragrancein the hope of taking home the award for Best Beauty Campaign.
MediaCom’scampaign work for
indaHash’s collaboration with
Cunard Photographic Journey PHD,and
Eindhoven365’s work on
AnOther City Trip 2018campaignhave all been shortlisted tobattle it out for the Best Travel Campaign.
Takumishowcased impressive work for
Beefeater Pink Ginand
Wavemakeralsosubmitting their work for campaigns with
Holland & Barrettand
Peronito compete for the Best Food & Drink Campaign award.
Lastly, Whalar has been shortlisted for their work on the NET-A-PORTER x JW Anderson campaign alongside Model Village for their work on H&M’s summer campaign to take home the Best Fashion & Style Campaign title.
Campaign awardsThe campaign awards boast some of the toughest line-ups and campaigns that aim be recognised as the industry’s best in a number categories like Best Creative Influencer Marketing Campaign and Most Effective Collaboration or Partnership.
The Best Brand Engagement award has a variety of shortlists, featuring
IMA, Kairos Esports, Represent Talent Management, Wavemakerand
BCW, Rakuten Marketingand
Tailifyall go forward for the Best Use of Data
Agency and tech awardsOn the technology side of things,
CJ Affiliate by Conversantand
Takumihave been shortlisted for the Best Relationship Management Tool category and will be eager to find out who is crowned gold on the night.
With the industry continually growing, a variety of boutique agencies are popping up everywhere, and
Billion Dollar Boy,
Mumsnet, Reach Agency,
The Blogger Programmein addition to
Zorka Mobiall reveal why they should be the worthy winner of the Best Boutique Influencer Marketing Agency award.
Industry Choice of Technology or SaaS voting openToday also signifies the opening for Industry Choice of Technology or SaaS voting stage.
If you have a favourite technology partner or SaaS platform that consistently adds value to your campaign delivery and/or execution that you think deserves this coveted prize, click here to cast your vote.
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