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FIPP Insight Awards 2017 call for entries

Have you got great research for the Insight Awards? FIPP will present its 8th Insight Awards at the FIPP World Congress in London, taking place 9-11 October 2017. The Awards will be for the best research studies published in 2016 or early 2017 that promote the use of magazine media as an advertising medium, anywhere in the world.

The 8th FIPP Insight Awards publicly acknowledge outstanding research, spread knowledge about successful studies, and stimulate ideas for further projects.

Deadline for entries:  Tuesday 2 May 2017

Download the FIPP Insight Awards Entry Form here.

Presentation of awards: FIPP World Congress in London, 9-11 October 2017

The Overall Winner of the 2016 FIPP Insight Awards was MPA, the US Association of Magazine Media for its Magazine Media 360° Brand Audience Report. Gold Winners included The Economist Group for its Millennials Research Gen-Narrators and Sanoma Media Belgium’s BrandCompass. Silver Award Winners included: Bauer Media and GlK, PPA (the UK Professional Publishers Association) and Time Inc. UK. 

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FIPP Insight Awards winners in 2016

Judging the award entries will be the FIPP Insight Committee including representatives from: Arnoldo Mondadori, ACPM, Meredith Corporation, MPA, Time Inc., the Ppress, and FIPP. 

The winners of the 2017 FIPP Insight Awards will be announced at a special presentation at the FIPP World Congress taking place 9-11 October 2017 in London. More than 800 international magazine media delegates are expected to attend FIPP’s flagship event. 

Awards will take the form of Gold Awards and Silver Awards. An Overall Winner or Gold Award Winner will be invited to present their winning project at the FIPP World Congress. (Speakers do not pay registration fees, although they do need to cover their own travel and hotel costs). 

Links to download the winning awards entries from last year’s FIPP Insight Awards.

Download the FIPP Insight Awards Entry Form here.

Further information about the FIPP Insight Awards from Helen Bland at FIPP.

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