2015 IAB South Africa Bookmarks Awards: Entries close next Friday!
The Bookmarks Awards are the local digital industry’s highest-calibre awards
JOHANNESBURG, South-Africa, November 11, 2014/ — The Bookmarks Digital Awards (http://iabsa.net/summit/bookmarks) celebrates its 7th year and now forms part of the first annual IAB Digital Summit taking place on the 19th of February at the Turbine Hall in Jozi, promising to be a highlight on the #SADigital calendar.
The Bookmarks Awards are the local digital industry’s highest-calibre awards aimed at identifying and rewarding excellence in digital creative work and execution, benchmarked against international standards and measurable results as judged by our host of local and international judges.
Bookmarks entries (http://goo.gl/qqMS4q) close on the 21st of November! There are more than 50 categories (http://goo.gl/dqEQa5) which include: mobile, ecommerce, applications, websites, email, social media, integrated media, marketer, advertising, design, search amongst others which also include a host of team and individual awards which are free. To enter, simply register (http://goo.gl/pMEIGI) (it takes less than a minute). You don’t need a fancy video or microsite to enter. However, we do look for well-crafted entries in terms of providing proof that your entry meets all the criteria. This is what you need to focus on and substantiate in the entry fields. Screenshots and pdf files are welcome! Remember anyone can enter – entries from Africa welcome!
Look forward to receiving your entries!
Remember Bookmarks entries close next Friday, more info at http://iabsa.net/summit/bookmarks
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About the IAB
The IAB South Africa (http://iabsa.net) is a member-driven organisation that promotes digital growth.
We are an independent, voluntary, non-profit association focused on growing and sustaining a vibrant and profitable digital industry within South Africa. The IAB SA currently represents more than 200 members including online publishers, brands and educational institutions, as well as creative, media and digital agencies. Our aim is to provide our members with a platform where they can engage and interact with each other and address digital issues of common interest, thereby stimulating learning and growth within the South African digital space.
The IAB SA represents the South African digital industry to all sectors, including the marketing community, the media, the South African government and the public.