Of the Year Nomination Deadline: Monday, Sept. 29

Dowload the Marketer, Media Player and Agency forms

THIS STORY HAS BEEN UPDATED: Deadline Extended

Every year, the editorial team at Marketing looks back at Canada’s industry as a whole to find the companies that made the biggest impact for our “Of The Year” issue. As we begin our research for 2014, we want readers to nominate the brands, agencies and media organizations you think stood above the rest.

Marketing is now accepting nominations for its Agency, Media Player and Marketer of the Year titles. Companies are encouraged to nominate themselves, clients and partners, organizations they’ve admired from afar and even worthy competitors.

To nominate a company, download the appropriate form below and submit it back to us by Sept. 19 Monday, Sept. 29.

Marketer Of The Year Nomination Form

Media Player Of The Year Nomination Form

Agency Of The Year Nomination Form

Big winners from 2013

Marketer of the Year 2013: Canadian Tire
Bold moves from a big player across all platforms
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Media Player 2013: Rogers Media
It wanted a piece of the NHL pie, but ended up with the whole thing
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Agency of the Year 2013: Sid Lee
Bouncing back in a big way with one of the world’s most iconic brands
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