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Call for OMiG Award entries

Wednesday, 19th April, 2017 1:00am

Overall Winners of the 2016 OMiG Awards MyKidsTime are urging companies who use digital marketing to take the time to enter the competition in advance of the entry deadline on 28 April.

Following on from their success in winning the Best Social Media award in 2014 and 2015 at the OMIG Awards, last year MyKids Time.com won Best Blog Award as well as scooping the Overall Marketing Leadership Award. Other high profile award winners include An Púcán, Pat Divilly, Kinlay House, The Dough Bros, and many more.

Jill Holtz, CEO of MyKidsTime, said, “We are all busy working in our businesses day-to-day and taking the time to enter a competition like this gave us the time to think strategically, to stand back and take stock. We benefitted greatly from the process and it was great having an independent adjudication panel of experts give us positive feedback that we are best in category. Each year we won an award gave us a boost of confidence, energy, momentum and courage to think bigger and to grow our business.”

Applications are now open for all 8 categories at www.galwaymarketing.ie/awards. Entries close on Friday 28 April and a list of finalists in each category will be published on Monday 15 May followed by a gala event, the 2017 OMiG Digital Marketing Awards, on Friday 26 May at the Town Hall Theatre. For further details see www.galway marketing.ie/awards

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