The Awards

The TVNZ-NZ Marketing Awards, now in their 26th year, are a celebration of everything that makes marketing great in New Zealand and beyond.

May 3, 2017 | news

TVNZ NZ Marketing AwardsThe TVNZ-NZ Marketing Awards, now in their 26th year, are a celebration of everything that makes marketing great in New Zealand and beyond. It's the only awards programme in the country which focuses solely on the business benefits of strong marketing strategies.

In 2017, the TVNZ-NZ Marketing Awards will be run as a collaborative effort between the Marketing Association and NZ Marketing magazine and StopPress, published by Tangible Media. The awards are split into three divisions: Sector Awards, Excellence Awards and the Individual Awards (open to individual marketers).

With 29 awards in 28 categories there for the taking, budding and seasoned marketers alike have more to gain this year than ever before.

2017 Categories

13 Sector Awards, 12 Excellence Awards and three Individual Awards and the Supreme Award. View full descriptions of all our Award categories here.

2017 Judges

Who better to judge the best and brightest than those who have already carved out reputations as marketing industry heavyweights?

View the list of TVNZ-NZ Marketing Awards judges here

2017 Sponsors

The support of sponsors willing to show their commitment to the New Zealand marketing industry are essential to the ongoing success of the Marketing Awards.

View the list of 2017 Marketing Awards sponsors here.

2017 Awards night

The 2017 TVNZ-NZ Marketing Awards will be held on Thursday 14 September 2017 at The Langham, Auckland.

Tickets will be available for purchase as soon as the finalists are announced at the beginning of August.

Last year’s event was a sellout, so make sure you get yours quick!

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