Join tomorrow’s livestream to find out who wins big at The Drum Awards for Digital Industries
Innovations should be celebrated; which is why marketers who have pushed the boat out this year and gone above and beyond with their campaign creativity are being immortalized at tomorrow’s The Drum Awards for Digital Industries, formerly known as the DADIs.
VMLY&R's Handful of Happiness campaign is one of many entered in this year's The Drum Awards for Digital Industries.
The event will take place online from 4pm BST where the award winners will be revealed as the event’s co-hosts co-founder, Gordon Young, and managing director of events, Lynn Lester will guide guests through the categories. All nominees have been invited to attend the ceremony in person to create an in-person award show buzz.
With a total of 41 categories, this year’s body of work has been assessed on their integrated marketing approaches, tech applications, ability to respond to change, diversity and inclusiveness, effectiveness and UX among other factors, to reflect the changing digital landscape.
The Drum Awards for Digital Industries, have formed part of The Drum’s event calendar since 2006, attracting support from industry leaders around the world and forecasting trends and transformations within advertising. And this year will be no different.
With a jury made up of 60 jurors across a number of sectors hailing from Asia, America and Europe and with representation from Defected Records, Virgin Red, Boots UK, NHS, National Portrait Gallery and more, it will be interesting to see what they’ve awarded.
The judges will appear in the livestream to share some of their thoughts on the judging process and reveal which pieces caught their attention.
Register your interestere to attend the virtual show and click here to brush up on the shortlist.
Stay tuned with The Drum Awards for Digital Industries, on social media using @thedrum or #thedrumawards and don’t forget to join us on the livestream. See you online!
After the ceremony, all the winning entries will be available as case studies on thedrum.com.