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Ecommerce Age, PRmoment and Creative Moment launch The Ecommerce Excellence Awards

Ecommerce Age, PRmoment and Creative Moment have together launched The Ecommerce Excellence Awards.

In recognition of the growth, innovation and increasing importance of the ecommerce sector, these awards will enable businesses working within ecommerce to distinguish their product or service from their competition and gain recognition for the great work they do. The sector has developed incredibly over the last two years and new players have emerged as well as existing ones strengthening their position.

The awards will be judged by an expert jury which includes in-house ecommerce experts in addition to their agency peers.

The judging process includes a two-stage process, incorporating a pre scoring stage where each judge scores the work according to specific criteria.

This will be followed by a category-specific jury discussion where the judges go into more detail to decide the winners in each category.

Here’s the timeline for the Ecommerce Excellence Awards 2022:

Early Deadline: Friday 6 May 2022

Final Deadline: Friday 20 May 2022

Shortlist Announcement: Friday 17 June 2022

Virtual Awards Ceremony: Thursday 30 June 2022

Here are all of this year’s categories.

ECA Editor Justin Pearse said ‘ We really excited to be working with PR Moment on these awards. The sector has undergone massive growth over the last two years and we want to recognise those that have been at the forefront of that growth’


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