Entries for March’s Digital City Awards have been extended until Friday
Following the submission of a wide range of incredible entries from across the digital sector, entries for the first-ever Digital City Awards, which take place this March at Manchester’s Midland Hotel, have been extended until Friday, January 24th.
The awards are designed to recognise global, forward-thinking talent and innovation - across the areas of AI, MarTech, Tech for Good, and much more. They form part of Digital City Festival, and are intended to celebrate people and companies breaking the mould in their chosen specialisms.
Entries are being accepted nationally and globally, and the winners will be revealed at a gala dinner on March 12th. Tickets are on-sale now, and can be booked here.
27 categories are open - including Cloud Innovation Project of the Year, Digital Team of the Year, and AdTech Platform of the Year. They reflect some of the most current and vital elements of digital right now.
Ticket holders get a drink on arrival and three-course meal, before the presentation ceremony begins. The evening will end with entertainment. Hundreds are expected to gather at the venue from all across the digital industries.
The event is an unmissable chance to network and socialise with digital specialists and peers. A range of digital leaders will be present - and the event’s judging panel is made up of an illustrious range of digital professionals.
The Digital City Awards shortlist will be revealed online on February 13th.
The awards ceremony coincides with the final day of Digital City Expo, which takes place at the landmark Manchester Central. Registration is open now. The expo, a cornerstone of the wider Digital City Festival, takes place over two days, and will unite global digital professionals.
A range of leading exhibitors from marketing, tech, eCommerce, media and more will be present at the convention centre, as well as industry speakers presenting across both days. Digital City Festival - from March 9th to the 13th - features five days of events across Manchester, all focused on the future of digital. The week is set to become the go-to event in any digital specialist’s calendar.