Wednesday 26 October 2016

The right thing: The IAB SA invites you to enter the Games category in the Bookmark Awards

The 2017 Bookmark Awards, an IAB SA initiative, are open for entries. 

South Africa’s most sought-after awards recognising all-things-digital, continue to evolve with the rapidly changing digital landscape. Entrants to the Bookmarks can expect a fresh new crop of categories that recognise the full scope of interactive excellence. 

The IAB, is mindful of how technology is converging and the powerful impact that interactive technology has on the marketing mix. 

As such IAB is pleased to announce that the Bookmark Awards have included Games as a standalone category.

The category includes original digital games designed for phone, web or console and includes games developed for informational and commercial purposes such as FarmVille, Call of Duty or Pokémon Go.

Entries close on 11 November 2016, so don’t delay to compile and submit your best work. 

The finalists will be announced after judging in the new year, and the awards ceremony will take place on 16 March 2017 at the brand new space in Sandton, Kramerville – The Galleria.

Visit to submit your entries! 

About the IAB South Africa:

The Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) South Africa, formerly the DMMA, is an independent, voluntary, non-profit association focused on growing and sustaining a vibrant and profitable digital industry in South Africa. The IAB South Africa represents the digital industry across all sectors including the media, the marketing community, government, and the public, and also acts as the channel through which international bodies can enter the South African digital market. The IAB South Africa currently represents over 200 members including online publishers, creative, media and digital agencies, brands, and educators, between them accounting for more than 39 million local unique browsers, and 1 120 422 048 page views. The IAB South Africa strives to provide members with a platform through which they can engage, interact, and address digital issues of common interest, thereby stimulating learning and commerce within the South African digital space. To find out more about the IAB South Africa, visit its website, like its Facebook page and follow@iab_sa on Twitter.
Loki Magerman IAB South Africa

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