IVAM Marketing Prize – For the first time the competition is open for all micro and nano companies
The IVAM Microtechnology Network calls on participation for the “IVAM Marketing Prize competition”.
The prize will be awarded for innovative strategies and extraordinary performances in marketing. For the first time the competition is open for companies and institutes which are not members of IVAM.
Measures and concepts of all areas of marketing can be subject of the application: extraordinary advertisements, spectacular trade fair appearances, creative websites, social media campaigns or premium printed materials – there are no limits to creativity. Interesting success stories, workshops or in-house company exhibitions can also be subject of the application.
Especially small and medium-sized companies, which are active in the field of microtechnology, nanotechnology or new materials, can benefit from a participation to become the focus of attention. An expert jury consisting of marketing- and microtechnology experts chooses the award winner with the best implemented idea.
Three selected finalists will be presented at a large networking event on April 8, 2013 at HANNOVER MESSE fair in Germany. During this evening event the winner will be awarded the 5th IVAM Marketing Prize. The prize is a free membership for one year at the IVAM Microtechnology Network. The winner will benefit from a multimedia company profile, access to 15,000 international industry contacts, comprehensive public relations activities and widespread support in project management and marketing.
Interested companies and institutes can send their applications until March 15, 2013. You'll find the exact dates and conditions at http://www.ivam.de/Marketingpreis. For further information please contact Inga Goltermann, email@example.com.
Mona Okroy | idw
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