ISBA Supported Events

The Guardian: Changing Media Summit

15 - 16 March 2017 

The Guardian’s flagship media event, the Changing Media Summit, is returning. Join more than 400 decision-makers from across the media industry as we debate how to rebuild trust in a post-truth age. Speakers include Anna Hill, CMO, The Walt Disney Company UK and Ireland and Barnaby Dawe, global chief marketing officer, Just Eat.

Register today with your exclusive ISBA member’s code ISBA400 and receive 400 pounds off the regular price.

 

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Advertising Week Europe

  Now in its fifth year, Advertising Week Europe is a hybrid of inspiring thought leadership, entertainment and special events celebrating the industry and its people. For one week, from 20–24 March, the brightest leaders from the marketing, advertising, technology and entertainment industries join together in London to share their visions, passions, and best practices. From seminars and workshops led by some of the greatest minds in the industry by day, to world class entertainment in London’s most iconic venues by night – Advertising Week Europe’s premier roster of events is like no other.

 

As a proud supporter of Advertising Week Europe, ISBA has secured free tickets to a number of VIP and invite only events throughout the week, plus discounts on tickets for members. Find out more here >

More information on the full week of events is available from the AWE website.

UK Sponsorship Awards 2016 

 

   

 

The Sponsorship Awards have been a highlight in the sponsorship calendar for the last 23 years, each year the number of entries gets bigger, the scope of project gets larger and the task of the judges gets tougher. A couple of things do stay the same though – the pride with which a winner or shortlisted entrant displays and promotes its success – and the rigour with which the entries are judged

Entered campaigns are judged on the basis of the clarity and insightfulness of their objectives, the creativity and effectiveness of their execution and the strength of their results. But it’s important for competitors to recognise that judges can only select campaigns on the basis on their entry forms. It isn’t permissible for judges to support sponsorships based on what they already know about them. So it’s crucial that entrants prove their case in the official UKSA paperwork. Read more about this event here >

Visit the event website to register >

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