MONDAY 14 DEC 2015 4:11 PM


Digital is an inseparable aspect of almost every communications campaign, yet standards in digital practice vary greatly. 

The Digital Impact Awards recognises campaigns and strategies that are innovative and creative in the way that they use digital, as well as successful in terms of business results. Awards winners are communications teams who exceed expectations and optimise the potential of the digital medium.

Previous DIA winner, James Richards, communications director at IPG Mediabrands UK (UM London), says, “We’re over the moon to have won at the Digital Impact Awards. The industry has become ever-more digitally focused, and the competition for business is fiercer than ever. We wholeheartedly support the aim of these awards to improve the standard of work in the industry, and celebrate it.”

The Digital Impact Awards, which is now accepting entries, includes both in-house and agency work, with categories recognising everything from intranets and media campaigns to online annual reports. All the work shortlisted consistently illustrates how digital can be used to strengthen and propel an organisation’s communications strategy so that brand reputation is positively affected. 

Those shortlisted will attend an awards ceremony that gives them the chance to meet their peers and to celebrate a job well done with their colleagues. The established ceremony is also an excellent way to showcase your team’s work.

Last year’s winners included British Heart Foundation, Fuller’s and True, Microsoft Lumia and 1000heads Ltd, the King's Fund, UGG and Lost Boys and Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

The industry-wide celebration will be held in London on 6 October 2016. Save £100 on your admission fees by submitting your work before 15 June, the final deadline is 6 July. For more information, visit the website here.

For advice on category selection, entry statements or the awards process in general, please call the events team on +44 20 7498 7008 or email Brian Donnelly.


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