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FIPP Insight Awards 2019 now open for entries

The FIPP UPM Insight Awards celebrate the most effective research and insight projects from across the magazine media industry. Award winners will be presented at the FIPP Awards evening along with the Rising Stars Awards at the opening evening of the FIPP World Media Congress on Tuesday 12 November 2019 in Las Vegas. 


FIPP Insight 2018 winners ()


The 2019 FIPP Insight Awards recognise the best research and insight campaigns which demonstrate the effectiveness and enhance the positive image of media or which have made a significant difference to the performance of an individual company or brand.

Open to any project that delivered results since 1 August 2018, the awards enable media companies and media associations to highlight research-driven pieces of work that have enabled them to materially improve their business.

The FIPP Insight Awards categories are:

- Primary Research Project B2C

- Primary Research Project B2B

- Multi-platform Project

- Use of Insight B2C (not own research)

- Use of Insight B2B (not own research)

- Commercial Outcome Award

- Magazine Media Promotion

Deadline for entries: 30 August 2019

Enter online here or alternatively download an entry form.

Judging the awards will be the FIPP Insight Committee, chaired by Esther Braspenning, Content Manager of We Media and committee members from Sanoma, Meredith, Magnetic Media, MPA, MMA, ARI and the Reader's Digest Association.

The FIPP and UPM’s Rising Stars and Insight winners will be announced at the FIPP Awards Evening taking place at the opening evening of the FIPP World Media Congress on Tuesday 12 November 2019 in Las Vegas.

See last year's winning entries here.

Further information from Helen Bland at FIPP.


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