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Samantha Noble Judging MENA Digital Awards, DANI Awards And UK Biddable Media Awards

8th Mar 2017 News, Koozai News 1 minute to read

Samantha Noble Judging MENA Digital Awards, DANI Awards And UK Biddable Media Awards

Samantha Noble is well known within in the search industry, she even won the UK Search Personality 2016 at the UK Search Awards in November. This year, she continues to make an impact on the industry by judging not only one, but three, prestigious industry awards.

This month, Samantha will be judging the MENA Digital Awards. MENA Digital is a truly international awards platform, celebrating campaigns that run in the Middle Eastern and North African region. Categories cover a range of digital disciplines, including performance, social media, PR, mobile, integrated and digital assets, as well as best digital campaigns by sector. The award ceremony will be held in Abu Dhabi on 22nd March 2017.

In April 2017, Sam will be judging the DANI Awards in Northern Ireland. The DANI awards attract hundreds of entries from the best agencies and businesses from across Northern Ireland. With a range of categories, for a variety of types of organisation, at the DANI awards you really do see the best of digital talent, accomplishment and proficiency.

You still have time to enter the DANI Awards! Entry submission is open until 5pm Thursday 16th March 2017, with the awards gala taking place on 28th April 2017.

Finally, we would like to announce that Koozai’s Director of Strategy will also be judging this year’s UK Biddable Media Awards! The Biddable Media Awards pride themselves on selecting the most influential and respected industry leaders to be a part of their judging panel. The awards will feature 24 categories, which will showcase the very best agencies, publishers, technology providers and professionals from around the UK.

The deadline for entries is 10th March 2017 and the winners will be announced at London’s Montcalm Marble Arch on 25th May 2017.

Sam comments, “It is a real honour to be asked to judge these awards. I see them as a way of helping the industry move forward and being able to recognise the good work being done by agencies and brands. Over the past couple of years I have been involved in the UK and US Search Awards so I am really excited to see the calibre of work that gets submitted for these three awards.”

I think you can agree Sam is the perfect candidate to bring her years of digital prowess and experience to these prestigious awards events and celebrate the best digital practices and innovation in the industry.

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