MAX Awards
MAX: Marketing, Advertising and Sales Excellence

MAX Awards 2016 - Nomination Form

The MAX Awards honours the achievers and innovators in marketing, advertising and sales excellence across the investment management, superannuation, insurance and financial planning industry.

The awards acknowledge professionals and companies that in 2015:

MAXimised strategies - MAXimised innovation - MAXimised opportunities - MAXimised talent

The MAX Awards are peer-nominated and voted. The process is simple: all bona fide nominations are reviewed by Financial Standard, with the most popular proceeding to the voting or judging phase.

Nominations have ended for the 2016 MAX Awards. We will review the nominations and announce the finalists on April 21.

The Awards:

In the Marketing Category
 
  • Marketer of the Year
  • Marketing Team of the Year
  • Website of the Year
  • Advertising Campaign of the Year
  • Integrated Campaign of the Year
  • Public Relations Company of the Year
  • Social Media Campaign of the Year
  • Video Campaign of the Year
  • Digital Marketing Campaign of the Year
  • Creative Agency of the Year
  • Agency Executive of the Year - Financial Services
  • Agency of the Year - Financial Services
 
In the Sales Category
 
  • Executive of the Year - Sales
  • Executive of the Year - Client Services
  • Sales Team of the Year
  • Client Services Team of the Year
 
In the Product & Associations Category
 
  • Financial Services App of the Year
  • Innovation of the Year
  • Investment Product of the Year
  • Product Launch of the Year
  • Industry Association of the Year
 

Click here to view past winners of the MAX Awards.

Important Dates

Voting opens: Thursday 21 April
Voting closes: Monday 30 May

MAX Awards
Date: 23 June 2016
Location:
Museum of Contemporary Arts
Foundation Hall
140 George Street, The Rocks, Sydney

The winners are annouced at the MAX awards dinner. Click here for more information and to book a seat.

For more information:

Email  events@financialstandard.com.au  
Phone 1300 884 434  

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