Native Advertising Awards opens for 2019 entries

Native Advertising Awards, one of the biggest industry awards, is ready for its 2019 annual event. The 3-day conference takes place from Nov. 11th-13th 2019 at the Estrel Hotel and Conference Center in Berlin, Germany. Tickets can be purchased at

According a stament released by the Award Committee, “The Native Advertising DAYS has become more than an event. As the years have gone by, the conference has evolved with its attendees, speakers, and sponsors.”

“Together, they make up a loyal and returning crowd of professionals from the entire native ad ecosystem. They come to Berlin to learn the newest in native and branded content, but most importantly they show up for the unique DAYS community feel.”

The statement revealed that Six years in a row, the Global native advertising industry has gathered to catch up with partners and colleagues over a drink, meet new business connections at a roundtable discussion, and have fun in the epicenter of culture – Berlin, Germany.

“+45 international speakers and rising stars share their knowledge and magic tricks for creating great content, storytelling, customer experiences, better measurements, and the like.”

“Attendees will learn from experts such as Nelly Gocheva and Graham McDonnell from The New York Times, Michael Villasenor from The Hearst, Pippa Scaife from CNN, Dan Rubin from Meredith, and many, many more,” the statement further explained.

It was emphasised that this year’s conference venue is large enough to fill two circuses, including (robot) elephants.

“That type of space is needed when 500+ DAYS-attendees spread out for keynotes, three different tracks, round table sessions, and the Native Advertising Awards ceremony. The All Access ticket holders can also look forward to a native ad deep dive on Day 1 during the DAYS masterclass,” it added.

The Native Advertising Awards is open for great case submissions until Aug. 11th 2019. The ceremony takes place on Day 2 where the winners of the 35 categories are announced. In true Oscar style, the winners attending the event will receive a glass statuette on stage.


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