Winning an Influencer Marketing Award is not all about partnering with a big blue-chip brand but demonstrating to judges within your entry, the success, smart execution, careful technology selection, creativity and innovation within a campaign.
Having organised dozens of award ceremonies, with judges scoring and debating thousands of entries, we think we know what makes a brilliant but also a really bad entry.
Whilst larger agencies can afford dedicated teams to carefully craft their entry, we appreciate boutique agencies and brands don’t have that luxury and we want to level the playing field.
Often there is little to differentiate entries in a category, therefore including something unique to grab the attention of the jury and stand out from the crowd is essential. To make sure your entry attracts the attention it deserves download this webinar featuring the founder of the awards, Matthew Wood, and head of awards, Amy Brennan, as they share what common mistakes to avoid and how you can make your entry journey as smooth as possible.
Key dates for your diary
Get your entries in early and save yourself the extra fees – earlybird entries close November 20. If you need some more time to refine your entry, you’ve still got time, as the final entry deadline is November 27. The shortlist will be announced on January 29 before the awards ceremony takes place on March 25 at Sheraton Grand in London.