Award ceremonies are a great opportunity to bring the community together to recognise the hard work and creativity that video companies put into every frame. While in-person events are off the table, there are still plenty of digital corporate video awards ceremonies to enter and attend. If you’ve worked on something that you think might be in with a chance of winning, consider these corporate video awards which are accepting entrants in September – and good luck.
In recognition of an unusual year, the annual CorpComms Awards have been postponed. Instead, there will be a one-off online event called the CovidComms awards focused on the work the communicators have created in response to the coronavirus. The awards will celebrate the work that video companies have produced to keep stakeholders, staff and local communities informed in categories including health, social media, use of influencers, online events and more. Entries close on the 16th September 2020
The prestigious Cannes Corporate TV & Media Awards are proceeding online. The event honours the best creative work in the sector and recognises outstanding efforts by producers, filmmakers and companies. Categories include corporate video, documentary and online media, among many others, and entries close on the 16th September 2020.
The Content Marketing Awards offer a chance for agencies and corporate video companies to come together and present their work to a panel that includes some of the biggest names in marketing. There are 31 categories, so there’s bound to be one for you. If you’re considering entering, be sure to apply by the 18th September 2020.
The Smarties sets itself apart from other corporate video awards with a unique focus on innovation. The global awards will be spoiled for choice this year, as every company has been forced to innovate to react to covid-19. This year, there are three categories specifically for coronavirus-related content in addition to awards for media, technology and a range of others. Get your entries in by the 23rd September 2020.
Europe’s Digiday Marketing and Advertising Awards mark the best contributions to modernising marketing and advertising. Content will be judged on innovation, creativity, consumer value, and results by a panel of experts. If you’re hoping to win “best use of video,” “best use of data,” “best use of AI,” or any other Digiday awards, be sure to enter before the 25th September 2020.
The Lovie Awards are all about Europe’s vibrant, unique internet community. The event brings together leading web and creative networks and content publishers, from political organisations to individual creators. There are several video categories, so if you have worked on a web-based video campaign, apply before the 25th September 2020 to be in with a chance.
We wish the best of luck to anybody choosing to compete in these awards, and we wait to see the winners. If your business is looking for help making video that is worthy of an award, then find out more on our corporate video production page.
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