TVNZ-NZ Marketing Awards entry period draws to a close: check out the new categories before it’s too late

The leaves are turning and time is running out to show your thinking at the TVNZ-NZ Marketing Awards – entries close Friday 2 June at 5pm. Enter now to showcase your skills in one of the new categories. In addition to the Industry Awards, which recognise the best-in-breed marketing within specific industry categories, the Excellence Awards recognise excellence in specific marketing disciplines across different industries. And there’s a stack of new categories that give marketers an opportunity to showcase their prowess in some of the most important areas of the business. These include:

  • Best Employee Engagement/Development rewards the best internal marketing initiatives.
  • Best Marketing on a Shoestring Budget acknowledges great achievements on the smell of an oily rag.
  • Best Marketing Communications Strategy focuses on the importance of great communications.
  • Best Corporate Social Responsibility Strategy rewards a company’s focus on sustainable growth and how an emphasis on social and environmental factors has improved commercial performance and brand health. 
  • Best Partnership acknowledges the crucial role of collaboration when it comes to marketing success.
  • Long-term Marketing Excellence recognises companies that a consistently applied marketing strategy has driven business improvement over time.

Each of these categories has been carefully developed in response to the core challenges facing modern marketers. They’re a chance for marketers and their partners to show how successful they in each of the competencies. Check out all the categories here.  

If you and your clients are struggling to complete your entry on time, you’ve got one last chance before the bough breaks. Late entries will be accepted until 5pm Friday 9 June, with an additional late fee of $150 + GST per entry.  The entry portal closes at 5.00pm on 9 June, but until then you can register and start an entry at any time. Don’t leave it too late.

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