Guy Hanson Named a Judge at the 2017 Direct Marketing Association Awards

Posted by Nina Bosanko 

We’re delighted to announce that our very own Guy Hanson will sit on the judging panel at this year’s DMA Awards!

Guy, who already plays a key role at the DMA in the UK as chair of the email council, will be applying his experience and knowledge as a judge for the ‘Best Use of Email’ category, assessing entrants alongside Ian Bates, creative director at Prophecy Unlimited, Heather Westgate, MD at We Are Marketing, and Jimmy Thompson, creative director at Signal, to name a few. The category aims to award companies that have excelled in generating response or engagement in either B2C or B2B marketing campaigns.

With 33 categories to enter overall, the awards are made up of four overarching categories that organizations can fit into; industry, channels, campaigns, and craft. Striving to award accolades to the sharpest minds in the marketing industry, the awards place a lot of importance on strategy, creativity, and data-driven results in the judging process.

Guy personally encourages all Return Path customers to consider these awards, as previous DMA winners have included a mixture of agency and in-house creations taking home awards for their marketing campaigns including AutoTrader and EasyJet. Sectioned into golds, silvers, bronzes, and Grand Prix winners, these awards are a reputable and accessible awards program we would recommend to any brand or company.

Entries close on Friday 15th September so you have a little over two weeks left. Good luck to all of our customers and everyone else who enters!

You can find out more about the awards here:

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With 20 years' of experience in B2B technology marketing, Nina is passionate about delivering informed marketing strategy. Conscientious and committed by nature, Nina has strong project management and leadership skills with creative communications abilities, and strives to deliver excellent results through the marketing mix.

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