WIN MARKETING, PR AND COMMUNICATIONS AWARDS
Marketing, PR and Communications Awards
The Marketing, PR and Communications industries are extremely competitive. Agencies are in fierce competition to win new clients and contracts and the best way to differentiate yourself from your competitors and stand out from the crowd is to win awards for your services.
You have to be innovative, creative and on-trend to stay in front of the competition. And what better way to prove that you are the best than having an award to show for your amazing work?
Why should I enter awards?
There are a number of great reasons to enter awards, the most poignant being award-winning companies are 63% more profitable than their non-award-winning competitors. Winning awards are also a great way to build team morale and recognise and reward your team for all their hard work.
So if your business has a fantastic team, has completed a great project or is excelling in your sector then you need to be entering awards and getting recognition for the fantastic work you are doing.
Entering awards requires time and attention to detail, so having an awards strategy can often be a great place to start. Knowing when a deadline is and what you need to meet the criteria can make entering an award easier and smoother.
How to win Marketing, PR and Communications Awards
We’ve picked some of the best marketing, PR and Communications Awards for you to be entering or adding to your awards strategy, take a look at the awards below and explore the categories you could be entering for your business.
CIM Marketing Excellence Awards – CIM’s prestigious Marketing Excellence Awards recognise and reward brilliance in the field of marketing, celebrating the finest minds within the profession.
PRmoment Awards – The PRmoment Awards celebrate excellence and recognise and reward outstanding campaigns and exceptional talent in the UK PR and Communications sector.
Campaign Media Awards – The Campaign Media Awards recognise excellence in ideas, innovation and strategic thinking at a time when the media landscape is rapidly changing. The Awards recognise the agencies and media owners who are driving change for their clients and transforming the industry for the better.
PR Week Best Places to Work – Enter the Best Places to Work Awards to be empowered with information, and for the chance to be recognised with a PRWeek award. There has never been a better time to make sure you’re giving your agency the best chance of attracting and retaining the top talent.
PR & Marketing Excellence Awards – The Public Relations and Marketing Excellence Awards reward public relations agencies, departments and people whose work delivered exceptional performance and innovative approaches. In recent years, the organisers have extended this programme to marketing agencies and departments.
Performance Marketing Awards – The Performance Marketing Awards reflect ongoing innovation in the performance marketing channel, ensuring they recognise and celebrate excellence and the achievements of the very best companies and individuals.
The Communicator Awards – The Communicator Awards is the leading international awards programme recognising big ideas in marketing and communications. The Communicator Awards receives over 6,000 entries from companies and agencies of all sizes, making it one of the largest awards of its kind in the world.
PR Week Global Awards – The power of the communications industry is a key factor in the growth of global business and the ability of organisations of all types to tell their stories and change behaviours: The PRWeek Global Awards recognise the best examples of this in practice.
CIPR Excellence Awards – The CIPR Excellence Awards are open to any organisation, company or individual connected to, or working within, the public relations or communications industries.
The Drum Marketing Awards – The Drum Marketing Awards celebrate the best marketers and campaigns internationally. The awards are open to advertising agencies, in-house marketing teams, design consultancies, digital agencies, PR companies, integrated agencies and any company that has carried out marketing over the eligibility period.
There’s no time like the present!
Interested in winning some great awards? Make sure you allow plenty of time to create a compelling award nomination.
All awards have their own rigorous entry requirements, and entries could be anything which from 1000 to 5000 words. Read here on how to write an award-winning award entry. Some awards will also expect you to make a face-to-face presentation to the judges, so you’ll need plenty of time to prepare.
We help businesses win awards on a daily basis – we eat, sleep and breath awards! So if you’re striving to stand out from your competitors, we can help you win the awards you deserve.
Contact us today for your free consultation with Awards Expert Donna O’Toole and get ready for a very exciting journey!