Is your company “Of The Year” material?

Nominate the marketers, agencies and media players of 2012

Every year about this time, Marketing looks back at the preceding 12 months to find the companies that have made the biggest impact on Canada’s marketing industry over that period. We meet with experts, look at sales numbers, weigh trophy cases and determine what organizations should be congratulated on a year well done. The ultimate goal: finding the companies that can be called the best of 2012.

That search begins in earnest today. Marketing is now accepting nominations for Agency, Marketer and Media Player of the Year for 2012.

If you think your company or one of its partners deserves to be in the running, download the appropriate nomination form below and make the case.

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2011 Agency, Media Player and Marketer of the Year

In October, the editorial staff will begin poring over submissions, compiling its own lists, and will publish its Top 10 Marketers and Media Players in the Nov. 19 issue, with the Top 10 Agencies profiled in the Dec. 17 issue. Then, in the new year, we’ll name the best of the best in our annual “Of The Year” issue.

The deadlines are coming up soon, so download the forms and start making your case.

Marketer Of The Year due Sept. 28 [Download the nomination form]

Media Player Of The Year due Sept. 28 [Download the nomination form]

Agency Of The Year due Oct. 5 [Download the nomination form]

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