You be the judge: Nominate your top picks for the Digiday Awards’ Industry Choice

For the 2015 Digiday Awards, we’re trying something new. Something that requires your industry knowledge and input.

In years past, we have relied solely on our editorial team to determine the winners of the Best in Show categories, but this year, we turn to you, our readers, for guidance as to which brands, agencies, publishers, and people deserve the title of “Most Innovative.”

So, to this end, in addition to the usual entry categories, we are introducing a public nomination option open to all called Industry Choice. Starting today, you are invited to nominate your picks for each of the following categories: Most Innovative Brand, Publisher, Agency, and Person.

Nominations close on October 2, 2015 — just in time for the end of Advertising Week.

Enter your nominations below and hit “Submit.” The winners will be announced at the 2015 Digiday Awards gala on November 19, 2015.

 

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