The Revolution Awards - the 2010 winners in full

The Revolution Grand Prix: Profero for Bayer Schering Pharma
The Revolution Grand Prix: Profero for Bayer Schering Pharma

The Revolution awards culminated in an evening of celebration, humour and networking, but all of the winners had to work hard to impress a panel of 24 judges before making it up on stage.

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This year's judges were chaired by Gareth Jones, editor of Revolution, alongside Mark Cridge, chief executive of Glue London.

After mulling over an extensive portfolio of the most innovative digital work from across the past year, the judges finally decided on thirty campaigns and individuals that made the grade for these awards.

Mark Vile, marketing director at Comparethemarket.com shone out as digital marketer of the year after the execution of the company's incredibly successful ‘compare the meerkat' campaign.

The coveted agency of the year prize went to AKQA for the second year running after judges recognised the agency's consistently high levels of innovation and creativity.

While The Revolution Grand Prix, which recognises the best digital work across all disciplines, went to Bayer Schering Pharma and Profero for their In-Bed campaign, which aimed to address the sensitive subject of erectile dysfunction.

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