Entries invited for 21st year of Hotel Marketing Association's annual awards

02 October 2014 by
Entries invited for 21st year of Hotel Marketing Association's annual awards

Hoteliers involved in creating inspiring and creative marketing campaigns are being invited to enter the 2014 Annual Marketing Awards run by the Hotel Marketing Association (HMA).

As well as recognising the marketer who created the campaigns, the hotels and agencies involved in their development and implementation will also be honoured.

Now in their 21st year, the awards will see recognition in the following categories: best website and SEO marketing, best media and public relations activity, best use of social media in marketing, best partnership marketing campaign and young marketer of the year aged under 30.

Ed Purnell, chairman of the HMA (pictured), said: The HMA Awards are coming of age this year and it is appropriate that they should reflect how marketing has evolved over the years. We believe it is unique in the industry to recognise both the marketer, the creative agency and the hotel company behind the successful campaigns in each category."

Last year's winners included InterContinental Hotels Group, Edwardian Group London, Ibis Hotels and Le Manoir Aux Quat Saisons.

The award winners will be announced at the HMA Christmas lunch at London's Savoy Hotel on 15 December 2014.

Details for submitting entries are available for visiting: www.hotelmarketingassociation.com. Deadline for entries is 19 November.

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