Magazine article Marketing

New Thinking Awards Now Open for Entries

Magazine article Marketing

New Thinking Awards Now Open for Entries

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Marketing's New Thinking Awards, in partnership with Sky Media, is open for entries.

The Awards will celebrate the inspiring work, be it strategic, creative or executional, driving the very best brands forward to a successful future. We embrace entrants from all corners of the industry, from programmatic to PR, and from content to creative agencies.

We are delighted to announce that Roisin Donnelly, brand director, Northern Europe, Procter & Gamble, and Jonathan Mildenhall, chief marketing officer, Airbnb, will co-chair the Marketing New Thinking Awards for the second year.

The judges, some of the most senior and respected marketing leaders from the biggest brands, include: Craig Inglis, customer director, John Lewis; Peter Duffy, group commercial director, customer, marketing & product, easyJet; Matthew Williams, marketing activation director, UK & Ireland Chocolate, Mondelez; Bobby Brittain, marketing director, Coca-Cola GB; Lisa Thomas, global head of brand, managing director, Virgin Enterprises; and Rebecca Snell, head of marketing, Lego.

Marketing editor Rachel Barnes said: 'Creative muscle drives change within the best businesses today, and creative marketers have never been better positioned to lead the way.

'For those of you who weren't part of the New Thinking experience last year, these awards are different - as you can see from the categories Our celebration gives recognition and a spotlight to those brands and agencies who are challenging the status quo.'

Our categories

This is year two of the New Thinking Awards, and in creating additional categories we have specifically addressed the areas of the industry where we believe some of the most exciting, ground-breaking work is happening.

We have identified 20 categories where we hope to see the best creative and strategic thinking, work that is elevating marketing as a driving force for business. …

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