We’re pleased to announce that entries are now being accepted for the 2018 #Promote Innovation Challenge!
Twitter collaborates with a diverse ecosystem of businesses to serve our global marketers. #Promote is our way of recognizing some of the most exciting marketing technology and service solutions in the industry.
For our third annual event, we’re focusing on impact. Not only will we be highlighting some of the most exciting technology in the industry, but we’ll be giving six finalists the chance to showcase their performance in a $50,000 Twitter ad campaign. Finalists will then have the opportunity to present their solution and case study before a judging panel of Twitter executives. The grand prize winner will be rewarded $100,000 in media credit, co-marketing opportunities, and recognition within the Twitter Official Partner program.
Last year, we ran our most successful #Promote to date with entries from industry leaders in video solutions, content marketing, and advertising technology around the globe. The competition was incredibly strong but we managed to select nine businesses to present their solutions before a live audience at Twitter NYC.
For 2018, we’re casting a wide net. If your solution enhances advertising on Twitter, we want to know about it. This may include solutions specialized in campaign optimization, creative, audience insights, measurement, audience targeting, analytics, and more.
To enter, each candidate must complete a form describing their product and business. Submissions are open now and will remain open until the August 17, 2018 deadline.
Ready to #innovate? Visit our #Promote site to get started. Be sure to review the Official Rules, Submission Agreement, and FAQ in full as eligibility requirements and conditions apply.
* #Promote Innovation Challenge rules: NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. Must be a resident of specified countries; age 18 or older. Void where prohibited. Contest subject to official rules, so please visit partners.twitter.com/promote/rules for full rules, details, and restrictions.