Sky marketer scoops top prize at Brand Event Awards

Brand Event Awards
Brand Event Awards

BSkyB's Nicola Casperson was named Marketer of the Year at the inaugural Brand Event Awards this week, which took place at the Swan in Shakespeare's Underglobe.

Accolades were awarded to brands and agencies including Flourish Creative, Neon, the British Heart Foundation and Marks & Spencer.

The evening also saw Ignite chairman Harvey Goldsmith take the top spot in the hotly anticipated Event 100 Club, as the list of the most influential people in the industry was unveiled. To find out the full list and where all the final 100 are placed, subscribe here.

A collaboration between Event and Marketing magazines, The Brand Event Awards celebrated the event marketing strategies of some of the globe's biggest brands.

The event featured a champagne and canapé reception with entertainment from Sternberg Clarke's newest act Wandering Hands, followed by the prize giving ceremony before more food, cocktails and music from live band The Lionels.

Here is a full list of all the category winners:

 

Alcoholic drinks

Miss Jones & Co

Jameson Cult Film Club

 

Automotive

Journey9

Manchester Celebrates Jaguar

 

Best brand event strategy at a music event

Orange RockCorps

Walkers - Orange RockCorps

 

Best brand event strategy at a sporting event

Flourish Creative

Castrol 2010 FIFA World Cup Guest Experience

 

Cosmetics and toiletries

Haygarth

Gillette & Venus Experiential Tour 2010

 

Electronics

Neon

Windows 7 Second Movies

 

Fashion

The Fresh Group and Marks & Spencer

M&S Start

 

Financial

Savvy Marketing

Asda Student Shopper Card

 

FMCG

Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO

Walkers - Sandwich

 

Leisure

Whynot!

Malaysia Night

 

Media

Association of Publishing Agencies

International Content Summit 2010

 

Third Sector

British Heart Foundation

Angina Monologues

 

Travel

Brando

London Gatwick Fashion Week

 

Marketer of the year

Nicola Casperson

BSkyB

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