Entries for the 2016 Bookmark Awards are now open. This follows a collaborative process of inviting the industry to comment on the revised entry categories for the 2016 Bookmark Awards and finalising the categories earlier this month.
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SUMMIT & BOOKMARKS
THE IAB DIGITAL SUMMIT
The IAB SA is hosting its second annual IAB Digital Summit in Newtown, Johannesburg, on March 3 2016.
The event will cover topics including programmatic; premium display; native advertising; content marketing; ad blocking; click fraud; viewability; diversity and transformation in SA media; the “new partnership” between publishers and agencies; media planning in SA; mobile advertising (including video); measurement; regulation such as the Protection of Personal Information Act and the Electronic Communications and Transactions Act; and broad-based black economic empowerment.
Speakers will be announced in the lead-up to the summit, which will be followed by the Bookmarks Awards on the evening of March 3 2016, also at the Turbine Hall.
THE BOOKMARK AWARDS
The Bookmarks Awards is an IAB SA initiative that celebrates its eighth year in 2016. These are the local digital industry’s highest-calibre awards aimed at identifying and rewarding excellence in digital creative work and execution, benchmarked against international standards and measurable results as judged by our host of local and international judges.
The 2016 awards ceremony will take place on March 3 2016 from 7pm at the Turbine Hall in Newtown, Johannesburg. Read about the 2016 categories.
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View a list of all the 2015 Bookmarks winners.