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V Awards - enter now and celebrate LIVE with micebook!

The deadline for the inaugural V Awards is fast approaching – don’t miss the opportunity to showcase your best work in front of corporate clients including Barclays, Deloitte and Liberty Global. If you haven't entered as yet, make sure you do by the end of this month as entries close on the 30 April 2021. 

micebook CEO, Chetan Shah said “Now, more than ever, our industry needs recognition and celebration of the incredible achievements across virtual and hybrid events”. The V Awards is here to do just that, so if you have delivered a memorable event between April 2020 – March 2021, enter it now and celebrate with us LIVE at the V Awards on 2 July 2021! 


Our independent panel of judges are excited to see the scope of what the industry has delivered; they are experts representing a broad cross-section of the industry including corporate brands, agencies and event technology providers. These include Faye Carter, head of experiential at Deloitte Head of engagement, Julius Solaris from Swapcard, IMEX Group CEO, Carina Bauer and EventsMB's Editor-in-Cheif, Miguel Neves.
See the full list of judges here.


The 23 categories include Best Audience Engagement, Best Incentive, Best Internal Communications Event, Best Agency, Best Virtual Events Platform, Best Use of Emerging Technology, Best Content Activation and Best Creative Content. See the full list of categories here.


We are thrilled to be partnering with the Event Marketing Association, the organisation for corporate in-house event planners and marketers, for the V Awards, which will recognise the incredible achievements across virtual and hybrid events over the past year.
EMA general manager Priya Narain said: “EMA are excited to be supporting the micebook V Awards. Our industry has had to adapt very quickly, and it is amazing to see how virtual events have evolved in a short space of time, from the first Skype/Zoom/Teams calls last year to now full-on corporate TV productions”.
“A number of our corporate members, including our executive council, have joined the judging panels and are really looking forward to reviewing the entries, both from their peers and their supporting agencies – the world of engagement is moving rapidly at present with lots of opportunities, and whilst this has its challenges, they are also exciting times.”


Entries can either be presented as video submissions or a written entry.
•    Video submissions should be no longer than 5 minutes and can be as simple as a piece-to-camera presentation filmed on a smartphone, through to a fully produced showreel piece. You may support your video submission with a written entry.
•    Written entries should be 1,500 words maximum and no more than 5 pages/slides and can be supported by a video submission

You will not be judged on the quality of your video or written entry, but purely on the quality of work that you are presenting.  


We will be celebrating the winners LIVE at one of London's hottest upcoming venues; where winners will be announced during an evening of food, wine, entertainment and the sheer joy of being  'back2live'. 

The deadline for entries is 30 April, so get your entries in now.