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Win BIGGIES. Enter by 14 September

The deadline for the BIGGIES Data & AI for Media Awards EMEA has been extended to Friday 14 September. Enter your company's excellent data- and AI-driven strategy, product and revenue project work in the BIGGIES EMEA competition.


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The BIGGIES are a part of the 8th Big Data & AI for Media Week from 29 October to 2 November in London. The Awrads will be announced at the BIGGIES Gala on Thursday, November 1, at the Condé Nast International headquarters in London. Find more info on the gala, conference and study tour here.

The conference and BIGGIES Awards events are a partnership between World Newsmedia Network and FIPP.


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The BIGGIES Awards categories are:

- Excellence in Data Analytics

- Excellence in Data Strategy

- Excellence in Data-Driven Advertising

- Excellence in Data-Driven Business Process Efficiency

- Excellence in Data-Driven Product Development

- Excellence in the Use of Bots

- Excellence in Data-Driven Technology

- Creativity in a Data-Driven Project

- Excellence in the Use of Artificial Intelligence

- Excellence in the Use of Natural Language Processing

- Excellence in the Use of Predictive Analytics

- BIGGIES Best of Show!


Enter now!


The insider scoop on winning BIGGIES entries

What are some examples of winning BIGGIES data and AI for media entries? What does it take to win a BIGGIES award?

Read these six case studies:

- Grupo Onet, Poland, "Data Driven Process Revolution"

- Twipe Mobile and a variety of Belgian publishers, "EngageReaders"

- Fairfax Media, Australia, "Insights Plus"

- Mather Economics, United States, "Listener Paywall"

- Styria Media, Croatia, "Using Data for Customer Acquisition"

- United Robots, Sweden, "AI-Driven Homeowners Bot"


The Awards are divided into two groups:

Group A: Media including newspapers, magazines and digital publications, technology companies, broadcast, advertising agencies and marketing agencies that circulate/broadcast widely in three or more countries in the world, considered to be international media.

Group B: Media including newspapers, magazines and online publications, technology companies, broadcast, advertising agencies and marketing agencies that circulate/broadcast primarily in one area or location, considered to be regional, local or niche media.

Enter now until 14 September, 2018. For more information, go to the website, or enter the competition here. Questions? Contact BIGGIES Awards Administrator, Sarah Maguire at


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