Partnerships and sponsorships

Partnerships and sponsorships

Thinkbox is involved in a number of high-profile industry sponsorships and strategic partnerships supporting advertising effectiveness, creative excellence and effective innovation.

The IPA Effectiveness Awards

The IPA Effectiveness Awards are recognised by agencies and clients as Adland's most rigorous award scheme because entrants have to prove their communications strategies have worked in hard business terms. Effectiveness and accountability are key priorities of Thinkbox, and the IPA awards are the gold standard in both. These are the awards to win because they get to the heart of what advertising is all about. 

You can get the inside track on some of IPA Effectiveness Awards’ most inspiring campaigns, and hear from advertisers and agencies responsible for them, by viewing the brand story films in our mini documentary series. They really are well worth a look.

The Marketing Society

The Marketing Society is a champion of business growth through marketing. It challenges its members to think differently by supporting the development of fresh thinking and promoting the evidence of effective marketing. Thinkbox’s partnership with the Marketing Society is designed to inspire and inform: to ensure its members know the very latest about TV and what the big themes in marketing today mean for the most popular medium. Our ambition is help everyone in marketing make informed and effective decisions, and our belief is that this is only possible with the facts at your fingertips. 

Thinkbox TV Planning Awards - in association with Campaign

Thinkbox has sponsored these respected awards since 2008. They celebrate the brilliant uses of TV and recognise the planners and advertisers behind them.

From integrated campaigns to editorial marketing, from the long-term use of TV to new and emerging TV technologies, from new to TV to response driven campaigns The Thinkbox TV Planning Awards reward insight driven strategies and outstanding results. 

The Thinkboxes - in association with The Brand Republic Group

The UK is acknowledged as one of the World's great centres for TV ad creativity but didn’t have a regular forum for judging and celebrating the very best work.

Established by Thinkbox in 2008, The Thinkboxes aim is to inspire audiences and engage them in regular discussion and debate about the nature of great TV ad creativity. 

The British Arrows

The British Arrows recognise and reward the best television and cinema commercials made by British advertising agencies and production companies.

Their showcasing of great TV creativity makes them a natural partner for Thinkbox who have partnered with them for eight continuous years. 

The UK Sponsorship Awards

The The UK Sponsorship Awards are the preeminent awards for the sponsorship industry. They recognise and reward the most creative and effective sponsorships across all sectors of the UK industry. We are proud to support the ‘TV Sponsorship’ category.

ISBA

Representing over 400 of the top advertisers in the UK, ISBA is the only body solely focused on protecting the interests of the advertiser and their £10 billion spend on marketing communications. They are a critical port of call for members to get expert, impartial knowledge and advice on all media and marketing communication queries. 

Thinkbox works with ISBA to ensure its members have the latest facts about advertising effectiveness to hand.

Our agency partners

Many thanks to our brilliant and tireless creative and media agency partners - at The Red Brick Road and MediaCom  - for helping us to help advertisers get the best out of TV.

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