The best digital signage, creativity, content, innovation & technology
The Awards are impartial, independent and objective and aim to find the world’s best digital signage projects, creativity, content, innovations and technology.
The Awards are announced publicly in print, online and at an annual event.
First entry costs just £250 (US$340 or €300), making it a great way to promote your company and projects. Second and subsequent entries cost just £125 (US$170 or €150), each. UK VAT will be charged extra, but only if applicable.
The categories are revised each year and the following will apply to the 2019 Awards:
10 Sector categories
3 Content and Creativity categories
3 Innovation categories
1 Outstanding Individual award in the gift of Sixteen:Nine, chosen from nominations (sponsored by Sixteen:Nine). FREE to enter.
1 Grand Prix, awarded to the best in show and decided by the judges (sponsored by Gable)
Full information on the categories can be found on the Categories page.
June 1: website open for entries
October 15: closing date for entries
October and November: judging takes place
November 30: short-list of Finalists is announced
December 10: deadline for Outstanding Individual or Company nominations.
February 12, 2020: winners announced after the Awards dinner at the Tobacco Theater in Amsterdam, during ISE
June 1, 2020: call for entries commences for 2021 Digital Signage Awards (which will take place on February 3, 2021 in Barcelona
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