THE MM&M AWARD 2015 ARE HERE!
There is no greater accolade in healthcare marketing than winning an MM&M Award. Every submission is judged by an independent panel of seasoned industry experts, whose dedication, expertise and authority ensure that we recognize the most deserving work.
There is also no greater excitement in healthcare marketing than receiving an MM&M Award. As always, the identities of the winners will be withheld until our spectacular event on October 1, 2015 in New York.
We have once again put a great deal of effort into expanding and enhancing the program to better reflect the industry and to ensure that the MM&M Awards remain the gold standard in healthcare marketing, communications and media.
Following last year’s addition of 11 new categories, which included awards for individual marketers of the year and agency of the year as well as the prestigious MM&M Platinum Award for Outstanding Contribution to Healthcare, this year’s enhancements include two more—Best New Product Launch and MM&M Titanium Award for Best in Show.
Please read the Entry Kit carefully before preparing your submissions. You have our word that we will neither share nor publish any propriety data contained in your submissions, providing you request that it remains confidential—so enter with confidence. And don’t forget to visit our dedicated MM&M Awards website at awards.mmm-online.com for updates, information, judging applications and dinner reservations.Purchase your dinner tickets now!
All submissions will be reviewed and scored by an independent panel of industry experts, carefully selected for their knowledge, experience and leadership, and intended to represent as many disciplines and subsectors of healthcare marketing and media as possible. At no stage will MM&M staff, nor anyone else outside of the panel, influence the scoring.
How it works
This year, the judging will take place in two stages, using a different group of judges for each stage. In Stage One, around 60 judges will individually review and score the majority of submissions online. These preliminary scores will produce a shortlist of 15-20 finalists for each category. In Stage Two, around 40 judges will assemble in New York for a day, divide into sub-groups, and discuss and score the finalists in each category. These scores will ultimately produce the gold and silver winners. Judges’ individual scores will remain confidential throughout the process, even during the discussions. This will eliminate the possibility of peer pressure, and will ensure that the judges are unable to identify the winners until they are revealed at the Awards ceremony on October 1, 2015.