Got the nerve to show us your thinking? Check out the Individual categories at the TVNZ-NZ Marketing Awards

  • Gratuitous self-promotion
  • May 19, 2017
  • StopPress Team
Got the nerve to show us your thinking? Check out the Individual categories at the TVNZ-NZ Marketing Awards

What you see isn't always what you get. There's always more to the best marketers in the industry.

This year, we want you to pass through the X-ray machine and show us that your network of nerves all lead to marketing success.

Remove your shoes and jewellery and step into the radiation zone by entering one of our three Individual Awards categories:

Rookie Marketer of the Year
An award open to people who have up to two years' experience in marketing, which will be awarded to an entrant who has made a significant contribution to a marketing project or initiative within their company in the last 12 months.

Marketer of the Year
An award to recognise an exceptional marketing professional. The judges are looking for a marketing leader who has achieved outstanding results throughout his or her marketing career, with an emphasis on achievements in the past 12 months.

Marketing Hall of Fame
An award for individuals who have made an exceptional contribution to the New Zealand marketing industry, who have distinguished themselves in marketing and/or related fields; contributed to the betterment of marketing and its reputation; individually motivated others to excel by mentoring, inspiring, training or volunteering; and completed their primary careers.

Our previous winners have left some impressive X-ray prints on display – and there's an empty frame waiting for yours.

Put together an Individual Awards entry and tell us why we should reserve the spot for you this year.

Alternatively, if you've got a deserving colleague, boss, client or team member, why not push them through the scan instead?

Entering is a simple process and anybody can enter. Visit everythingmarketing.co.nz now to find out more about this year's awards, view the full list of categories, and submit your entry online. Entries close 5pm 2 June 2017 so don't miss out.

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