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Release: Judges announced for Marketing Excellence Awards

21.11.2019

 

PRESS RELEASE

CIM announce industry judges for the 2020 Marketing Excellence Awards

  • The awards recognise and reward brilliance in the field of marketing, celebrating the finest minds within the profession
  • 2019 winners included EY, Fox Networks Group and Britvic
  • Leading industry figures from brands such as: FT, HSBC, Hello Fresh, Everton Football and the agency sector lead the judging this year

The Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM), today announced the judging line-up for the 2020 Marketing Excellence Awards, in advance of the ceremony, which takes place on the 2nd April 2020; for the first time at The Brewery, in the City of London.

The 41 strong jury will judge entries from the best marketing campaigns over the past twelve months, as well as choosing the winners of individual awards such as ‘Marketer of the Year’. To add to a new location and a new judging panel, six new categories have been announced for the industrial sector, aiming to reward the outstanding marketing by organisations, teams and individuals who are at the cutting edge of their profession.

Representatives from brands as diverse as Financial Times, HSBC, Hello Fresh and Everton Football Club are joined by agency side representatives from Orange Bus, Good Relations and Rufus Leonard to provide a detailed perspective on the quality of the campaigns. This is a fantastic opportunity for marketers, across a range of industries, to put their best work forward in front of some of the leading lights of the marketing profession.

“Having the chance to judge these awards that recognise, celebrate and encourage the amazing wealth of marketing talent in the UK is one opportunity not to be missed,” commented Allyson Stewart-Allen, CEO of International Marketing Partners and CIM trustee. “With so much innovation and creativity in this country that builds brand value around the globe, I’m delighted to play my part with CIM to uncover those marketers who are delivering real commercial results,” concluded Stewart-Allen.

Chris Daly, chief executive of CIM, said: “On the 2nd of April 2020, with over 600 professionals from across the field of marketing attending, we had to get the very best in the field to judge them. Hence why we expanded our judging line-up, seeking a wider pool of expertise to provide the same rigour and dedication as some of the amazing campaigns they’ll be judging. Good luck to everyone who enters.”

Sam Richardson, Lead CX Consultant & Service Designer at Orange Bus: "I'm looking forward to representing Orange Bus as a judge at this year's CIM Award entries. As a customer experience geek, I'm hoping to find entries that effectively blend human insights and data to craft meaningful projects and campaigns. The capacity for marketing to truly engage and enrich human experiences is immense, and it will be an honour to meet some of the best individuals and teams in the business. I can't wait!" 

Tickets for the 2020 awards will be released in early 2020.

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Note to the editor

  • David Bass, Brand Innovation Director, Kerry Foods
  • Roger Binks, Customer Experience Director, Intu Properties
  • David Brandman, Marketing Director, Groupe Bel
  • Gemma Butler, Director of Marketing, CIM
  • David Buttle, Global Marketing Director, Commercial Financial Times
  • Michelle Carvill, Carvill Creative
  • Jane Cave, Managing Director, Jam Partnership Limited
  • Matilda Crossman , Executive Director, The ExP Group
  • Chris Daly, CEO, CIM
  • Francesca Theokli, Marketing Director, Weetabix
  • Geraint Evans, Chief Marketing Officer
  • Mark Evans, Managing Director of Marketing and Digital, Direct Line
  • James Farmer, Head of Brand and Marketing Communications, CIM
  • Mark Fisher, Brand Excellence Manager, AbbVie
  • Richard Goodhead, Senior Vice President, Rolls Royce
  • Nicole Goodwin, Marketing Director, Jagermeister
  • Kate Hamilton, Consultant, KateSix Marketing Ltd
  • Tamsyn Hanrahan, Head of New Partnerships, Save the Children UK
  • Pablo Hernandez, Brand Experience Director, The Body Shop
  • Richard Kenyon, Director of Marketing, Everton FC
  • Luis Lacerda, Director of Marketing, Hello Fresh
  • Diane Lightfoot, CEO, Business Disability Forum
  • Saul Lopez, Head of CRM, Dixons Carphone
  • Pete Markey, Marketing Director, TSB Bank
  • Richard Moss, Chief Executive, Good Relations
  • Adam Nickson, Head Of Marketing Communications, Groupe Renault
  • Sara Norcross, Marketing Director, Novo Nordisk Ltd
  • Claire Owen, Leader of Vision & Values, Stopgap
  • Laurence Parkes, CEO, Rufus Leonard
  • Bonnie Pelosi, Director of Brand, Marketing & Communications, EY
  • Alex Pickering, Marketing Director, Delonghi Kenwood
  • James Ralph, Director, Business and Corporate, Good Relations
  • Sam Richardson, Lead CX Consultant and Service Designer, Orange Bus
  • Karen Richardson-Fowles, Head of Intermediary Marketing, Prudential
  • Daniel Rowles, CEO, Target Internet
  • Jamie Spafford, Co-Founder, Sorted Food
  • Dawn Spencer, Marketing and Category Director, Kerry Foods
  • Fiona Spencer, Business Adviser, Fiona Spencer Ltd
  • Allyson Stewart-Allen, Founder, CEO, International Marketing Partners
  • Misa von Tunzelman, Head of Marketing & Communications UK, BNP Paribas Real Estate
  • Catherine Walker, Global Head of B2B Digital Marketing Channels, HSBC
  • Emma Walker, Head of Marketing Capability, Nestle
  • Paul Watmore, UK Marketing Director, AB World Foods
  • Mark Welch, CEO, Kenwood Group
  • Louise Yankovic-Jenkins, UK Marketing Director, KAO (John Freida)
  • Stephen, Yeo, Marketing Director, Epicor

 

For CIM enquiries

For further information please contact the Chartered Institute of Marketing press office:

James Delves
CIM Head of PR and External Engagement
james.delves@cim.co.uk 

Corinne Lavictoire  
PR Executive
corinne.lavictoire@cim.co.uk

About CIM

The Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) is the world’s leading marketing body, with over 30,000 members worldwide, of which there are over 3,000 Chartered Marketers. CIM’s mission is create marketing advantage for the benefit of professionals, business and society with a focus on export, data and skills. It believes marketing is the critical factor in driving long term organisational performance.

CIM provides members and organisations with five key benefits: 

  • Partnership – CIM is a professional and organisational partner to support performance and career development
  • Education – CIM allows individuals and businesses to continuously upskill
  • Information – CIM keeps members up to date with the latest marketing thinking, and keeps organisations at the forefront of practices
  • Connection – CIM provides access to services, expertise and peers
  • Recognition – CIM is the global benchmark of professional competence

For more than 100 years, CIM has supported, represented and developed marketers, teams, leaders and the profession as a whole. CIM has 130 study centres in 36 countries and there are 132 countries with exam centres. In the last year, over 7,500 people registered at over 230 UK CIM events. Find out more about CIM by visiting www.cim.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 



 

 

 

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