Campaign India Team
Feb 25, 2010

2010 PMAA now open for entries

The 2010 Promotion Marketing Awards of Asia (PMAA) "Dragons of Asia" have announced the call for entries. The awards have a few changes in entry categories this year, in a bid to reflect the consolidation being made in digital and social marketing around the world. The closing date for entries is March 26, 2010.

2010 PMAA now open for entries
The 2010 Promotion Marketing Awards of Asia (PMAA) "Dragons of Asia" have announced the call for entries. The awards have a few changes in entry categories this year, in a bid to reflect the consolidation being made in digital and social marketing around the world.

The closing date for entries is March 26, 2010.

Said Ambika Sharma, national head, Jagran Solutions and zonal director of PMAA, “The PMAA has been one of the most popular promotional marketing awards for Asia for many years, in terms of both level of participation in the medium and quality of creative work judged. They have constantly and unfalteringly pushed the promotion marketing boundaries over this time, using challenging and powerful approach to judge the nominations brilliantly, and are appreciated by the marketing community throughout Asia. Their commitment to recognize top quality promotion strategy is highly valued by the marketing fraternity, and makes the PMAA the most coveted title for the marketing agencies in whole of Asia.”

The judging panel will judge the best promotion marketing campaigns in 16 categories. The panel will judge each entry against four criteria: campaign strategy, concept, execution and results.

For more information, visit www.pmaa-awards.net.

 

 

Source:
Campaign India

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