Are you in the running to win a DADI Award? Nominations go live

After a marathon judging session held recently at London's Groucho Club, The Drum now knows who is in the running to be collecting awards in Leeds in November. Do you want to find out too?

Now in its fourth year the DADI Awards, in association with Leeds Live it Love it, has become synonymous with digital effectiveness, where agencies, clients and individuals from across the UK show the depth of their online thinking and the breadth of their digital design.

This year the awards attracted some of the biggest brands in the UK, including Adidas, Channel 4, BBC, Lucozade, Red Bull, Wonderbra, Tennent’s, Reebok and Ronseal.

The judging day held at The Groucho Club in London also attracted one of the biggest judging panels with leading digital creatives, planners, strategists and clients gathered to pour over the submitted reports and websites.

Chairman of the panel was Phil Jones and he was joined by:

Callan Harris, global digital brand manager at Bacardi Global Brands

Dennis Valle, digital marketing and communication director for Dolce & Gabbana;

Adrian Yearwood, new media manager at Tottenham Hotspur

Rowan Heasley, founding partner at Naked Penguin Boy

Alastair Cox, head of strategy at Collective

Jon Williams, chief creative officer at Grey

Chris Hassell, founder/creative director, Ralph & Co.

Rob Ryan, Harvest Digital’s creative director

Sam Chatwin, creative director at Clock

Matt Page, head of digital at Start Creative

Sophie Goldschmidt, NBA’s senior vice president

and Julian Walker, formerly of Steak Digital.

The 2010 DADI Awards will be held in the Royal Armouries in Leeds on 12 November.

For more information or to book tickets contact Kim Baran by email or talk to her on the telephone on 0141 559 6078.

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