The 2019 ANA Genius Awards Are Open for Entries

April 29, 2019

By Dori Fern

Brand marketers: This could be your year to get recognized for the strides you've made in marketing measurement and analytics. Nominations and entries are now being accepted for the 2019 ANA Genius Awards for Excellence in Marketing Analytics, presented by Neustar. The Genius Awards, now in their seventh year, recognize the most impactful work brands are doing in marketing measurement and analytics today. Finalists will be announced at the 2019 ANA Data & Measurement Conference, presented by Google in September, and winners will be announced at the 2019 ANA Masters of Marketing Week in October.

Watch last year's Genius Awards winners talk about how they were able to solve the complex measurement and analytics challenges that led them to win their share of a $100,000 cash prize pool for the charities of their choice. Now imagine what such recognition would mean for your organization. Winners and finalists also receive significant media recognition and stage time at major ANA events.

Only brand marketers can enter the Genius Awards, though partners, vendors, agencies and others should absolutely nominate high-performing brands of their choice and assist them with submission material preparation.

There is no entry fee, and entering is easy. Past ANA Genius Awards winners and finalists include top brands such as Diageo, Fossil, Cisco, Nationwide, IBM Adobe, Clorox, Hilton, USAA, Walmart, Southwest, GSK and many others.

The four entry categories are:

  1. Data & Analytics Growth
  2. Data & Analytics Innovation
  3. Data & Analytics Adoption
  4. Data & Analytics Storytelling

Visit the Genius Awards website for more information and to sign up for updates, get a sneak peek at entry questions, or start the entry process today.

Entry deadline is June 3, so start planning today to show us your Genius!


Thank you to Neustar for originally posting this blog. The views and opinions expressed in Marketing Maestros are solely those of the contributor and do not necessarily reflect the official position of the ANA or imply endorsement from the ANA.


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