Why Should I Enter?
With over 500 guests from across the world, the International Performance Marketing Awards is the chance for your team to receive global industry recognition. Demonstrate the best industry practices and be awarded as the best in your region and beyond. Whether you’re from the USA, MENA, APAC, LATAM, Western or Eastern European regions, this is your chance to be crowned for your exceptional industry achievements.
With leading advertisers, publishers, agencies, networks and technology providers, celebrate an amazing 12 months and give your company that all-important unique selling point in your next client pitch with a shortlisted, highly commended or winning entry.
After the ceremony, the winners will be featured in the publication, PerformanceIN and on the International Performance Marketing Awards website on the winner’s page indefinitely. Winners will be provided with marketing assets to shout out about their success as the leaders in their field.
Why Winning Matters
- Maximise Your Revenue – In recent findings, winners can see up to a 37%+ increase in revenue* over their competitors. Differentiate your brand from your rivals, and provide a real competitive advantage when sourcing your next profitable partnership.
- Showcase Your Success – Receive industry recognition throughout the year. Winners are featured on the website before, during and after the ceremony and in the official Book of the Night. Badges in signatures and certificates in the office, you name it, your trophy will do the talking.
- Build Client Relations – Demonstrate your achievements with clients, whether you’re looking to strengthen your existing partnerships or attract the attention of your dream prospective client.
- Global Industry Recognition – Display your efforts alongside your peers and be identified as a leader in creativity and innovation within performance marketing. Demonstrate the best practice as an industry thought leader and inspire the ecosystem to push forward.
*Study by Hendricks & Singhal of the University of Western Ontario and Georgia Institute of Technology