Final Voting Now Open for 2nd Annual iMedia Agency Awards
Voting runs through November 9 to pick best agencies in the business.
LOS ANGELES, CA (PRWEB) October 26, 2012
Voting is underway for the finalists in 10 categories for the 2nd Annual iMedia Agency Awards, a celebration of the best digital marketing campaigns and shops in the industry, to be presented at the iMedia Agency Summit during an awards ceremony December 4, 2012, in Scottsdale, AZ.
To vote for the finalist agencies, visit http://www.imediaconnection.com. Voting closes at Midnight PST, November 9.
The 2012 iMedia Agency Awards will be given for the following categories: Agency of the Year, Small Agency of the Year, Campaign of the Year, Proprietary Media Technology of the Year, Best Agency for Video, Best Agency for Mobile, Best Agency for Social Media, Best Agency for Digital Shopper Marketing, Best Agency for Integrated Media and Best Agency for Performance Marketing.
Last year's winning agencies included 22Squared, AKQA, Digitas, Hyperfactory, Ignition Interactive, iProspect, MediaStorm, Questus, Razorfish, and Starcom.
“Already we're seeing a lot of industry ‘campaigning' going on from the finalists,” said Marti Funk, VP of iMedia Communications. “They're being very creative—as you would expect agencies would be—to encourage voters to consider them.”
iMedia is a community that inspires and propels the industry's most powerful digital marketing partnerships, professionals and ideas through events and media. The company was founded in September of 2001 and is a subsidiary of dmg :: events.
About iMedia's Agency Summit
iMedia's December Agency Summit, Partnership: The New Agency Value, will bring together more than 400 senior level executives from agencies, publishers and marketing technology companies to explore the next stage of agency evolution driving the digital marketing industry forward.
Justin Loresco, Marketing Specialist
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