Investment Week unveils finalists for Investment Marketing and Innovation Awards 2020

New date set for 16 July

This year's awards will take place online on 16 July

This year's awards will take place online on 16 July

Investment Week is pleased to announce the shortlist for our Investment Marketing and Innovation Awards 2020 in categories including Campaign Innovation, Best Use of Social Media, Content Marketing Campaign of the Year and Marketing Team of the Year.

The awards categories cover both marketing and proposition development, as well as direct and digital marketing and thought leadership. They are designed to recognise and reward creativity and innovation within the sector.  Entries will be judged by a panel of marketing experts from across the industry and the winners will be announced during an online awards ceremony on Thursday 16 July.  Details on how to register for the live event will be announced in the coming weeks. Click here to read more about the awards. The finalists Best Campaign Website Allianz Global Investo...

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