Shout about your amazing people in the BIMA100 and Star Awards
Spotlighting the great people and work in Scottish digital is fundamental to the objectives of the BIMA Scotland Council, as it is to the Marketing Society.
Here are two ways to showcase the awesome people in your organisation and the innovative work you are doing.
Act fast, as time is running out! Deadline for nominations is this Friday, 9 February.
BIMA100 spotlights talent
Shout about your amazing people in the BIMA100, the annual celebration of who has been doing exciting things in digital over the past 12 months across the UK. Members nominate, but anyone can be selected.
There are 10 categories to choose from and it is free and quick to nominate. Find out more, check out the 2017 BIMA100 and nominate here.
BIMA also proud to support Scottish Star Awards
The Marketing Society Scotland is calling for you to put forward your awesome digital work into the prestigious Star Awards. Digital categories are: Digital Strategy and Digital Communication.
The Star Awards are a key event in the annual calendar for the Scottish Marketing Community whether digital or not, brand or agency. It is a great coming together. BIMA members also benefit from the special AMMO discount rate.
Find out more and get entering here.
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