If you have a questions about the Accenture Digital Media Awards that isn’t answered below, contact us with your query.
When and where are the Accenture Digital Media Awards?
Friday February 17th 2017 in the Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road (Formerly the DoubleTree by Hilton)
How to I buy tickets?
All tickets can be purchased online through our booking form. Please click here and log in/create an account to gain access to the booking form.
How much are tickets?
Individual tickets are €250. We have offer on Tables of 10 for €2,200, Tables of 11 for €2,350 and Tables of 12 for €2,500 (all exclusives of VAT @ 23%). If you are a student or a charity looking to attend the awards, please email [email protected]
Do the awards have a hashtag?
Yes we do! It’s #AccentureDMA17
How long have the awards been running?
This is the 12th year of the awards.
Who can enter the Accenture Digital Media Awards?
Any digital advertising agency, marketing agency, creative agency, web design and development agency, or company that utilizes both digital and traditional media channels can enter the Accenture Digital Media Awards.
Who can be nominated for the “Industry Achievement” category?
This category is for an individual who has made a significant contribution to the marketing and/or media industry within Ireland. Nominations are free.
Is there a charge to enter the Accenture Digital Media Awards?
There is a charge of €130 + VAT per entry. Multiple entries are encouraged; 4 entries may be made for the price of 3.
What date do the entries close?
Entries close on Friday 9th December.
Can I submit the same entry into multiple categories?
Yes, the same submission may be entered into all relevant categories. To find out how to copy your submission into other categories, please click here.
I am working abroad, can I enter the Accenture Digital Media Awards?
Yes, you can enter as long as the entered campaign ran in Ireland.
I won’t see the results of my campaign until after the deadline, should I still enter?
In short, yes. The judges don’t only look at results. A large proportion of the criteria is to see the makings behind the campaign and all the behind-the-scene work it takes to launch. Make sure to double-check the proportion of marks given to the Results section and instead talk about your projections and include any feedback/tester comments that would indicate your projected result.
How does the judging process work for each round?
Judging, insofar as possible, will be remote. Two judges will judge each application and the final score will be the average of the two marks. In the case that the average score is the same, a 3rd independent judge will will review the top 3 entries.
When are entries judged?
The judging commences the first week of December 2016.
When were finalists announced?
Finalists were announced on Thursday January 19th 2017
My question hasn’t been answered. Who do I contact?
If we haven’t answered your question above, please contact Event Manger Hazel at [email protected]