The very best work, spread across 23 different sports, has now been recognised in this year’s Official Shortlist. View the full list at: www.sportindustry.biz/Shortlist
The winners will be announced at the BT Sport Industry Awards 2018, on 26th April, with categories recognising the very best activations, agencies, brands, campaigns, content, digital communities, events, governing bodies, rights holders, sponsorships, technologies, use of data and more.
In 2018, a number of new categories were introduced, including the Diversity and Inclusion Award, which features The Silk Series, Everton in the Community, The World Para Athletics Championships, Parallel London, SSE Wildcats, and UEFA’s #EqualGame.
In total, 23 different sports are represented - from athletics to UFC - while the NFL can continue celebrating a successful Super Bowl last week, with three entries on the Official Shortlist.
A record number of new entrants have also made the final shortlist of the BT Sport Industry Awards for the first time, including Aldi, Betsafe, Coral, Derbyshire CCC, Fnatic, London 2017, Nature Valley, ICC Women’s World Cup, International Netball Federation, Octopus Energy, Stonewall, Strava and UNILAD.
The BT Sport Industry Awards are the largest commercial sports awards in the world, taking place at Battersea Evolution in London, on Thursday 26th April 2018.
Bringing together sports stars, celebrities, senior decision makers, influencers and global media, the industry’s most anticipated night of the year celebrates the very best work from across the sector. The famous trophies are awarded on-stage in front of a sell-out crowd of 1,700 guests at the star-studded event, held annually in London.
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Highlights of the BT Sport Industry Awards 2017
Multiple new categories will be contested this year, with the very best in performance technology, analytics, fan communities, film content, sustainability in sport, and diversity and inclusion all set to be rewarded.
New categories include the Best Use of Analytics, Data or Research Award, Digital Community of the Year, Diversity and Inclusion Award, Film Content of the Year, Performance Technology of the Year, and Sustainability Initiative of the Year.
At the BT Sport Industry Awards 2017 guests included senior figures from all part of the sport industry, as well as the likes of Jessica Ennis-Hill, Tom Daley, Nico Rosberg, Laura Kenny, Max Whitlock, Wes Morgan, Chris Eubank Snr & Jnr, Kate & Helen Richardson-Walsh, David Haye and Jodie Kidd.