Shortlists revealed for the Marketing Campaigns of the Year

With the announcement of the winners for the January-April 2016 season, the full shortlists for the 2015/16 BMS Best Marketing Campaigns of the Year Awards can now be revealed, as follows:

Shoestring Shortlist:

  • January to April 2015 winner Paul Martinovic for Calm by Michael Acton Smith (Penguin)
  • May to August 2015 joint winners Matt Clacher for A Modern Way to Cook by Anna Jones and Caroline Maddison and Justine Gold for Scrabble Week (HarperCollins UK )
  • September to December 2015 winner Ingrid Matts for The Fox and the Star by Coralie Bickford-Smith (Particular Books/Penguin)
  • January to April 2016 winner Orlando Mowbray for Your Ultimate Body Transformation Plan by Nick Mitchell (HarperCollins UK)

Children’s Shortlist:

  • January to April 2015 winner Elisa Offord for Hamish and the Worldstoppers by Danny Wallace (Simon & Schuster)
  • May to August 2015 winner Jessica Williams, Jannine Saunders and Gemma Rostill for The Shepherd’s Crown by Terry Pratchett (Penguin Random House Children’s)
  • September to December 2015 winner Vicky Photiou for The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep by Carl-Johan Forssen Ehrlin (Ladybird/PRH Children’s)
    January to April 2016 winner Liz Binks for Dork Diaries: Drama Queen by Rachel Renee Russell (Simon & Schuster)

Adult Shortlist:

  • January to April 2015 winner Sam Voulters for Little Black Classics (Penguin)
  • May to August 2015 winner Jen Doyle, Chloe Healy and Natalia Cacciatore for Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee (Cornerstone, PRH)
  • September to December 2015 winner Celeste Ward-Best for The Tea Planter’s Wife by Dinah Jefferies (Cornerstone/PRH)
  • January to April 2016 winner Anna Bowen for Lean in 15 by Joe Wicks (Bluebird/Pan Macmillan)

You can read more about the recent Jan-April 2016 BMS Award winners here: Spring Season BMS Awards

The BMS Annual Awards will be announced at the forthcoming Marketing and Publicity Conference, hosted by the Bookseller magazine on 28th June at Milton Court at the Barbican, London. The conference is a rich opportunity to focus on learning new strategies and tactics to sell more books. The line-up is now complete and we think it’s looking great. The full programme can be viewed here.

 

 

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