The 2015 Pearl Awards Honors Excellence, Innovation, And Effectiveness, In Content Marketing Across The Globe
NEW YORK, NY (November 11, 2015)— The Content Council, the premier non-profit organization representing content marketers globally as the definitive resource for content marketing insights and thought leadership, presented the 2015 Pearl Awards Tuesday November 10th 2015. The awards celebrated the best in content marketing from around the world during an evening gala at Apella in New York City, emceed by the quirky, witty actress of MTV’s Girlcode, Ilana Becker.
The Pearl Awards is recognized by those in content marketing as one of the most respected events of the year celebrating colleagues and those making an impact in the field. Winners were picked from nearly 500 entries from leading brands, publishers, and agencies. Experts judged entries simultaneously in five different locations on overall effectiveness, creativity and editorial excellence.
“We are thrilled to celebrate the achievements of excellent work and inspiring individuals for their significant impact on the world of content marketing,” said Andy Seibert, Chairman of The Content Council and Managing Partner of Imprint. “The evening of the Pearl Awards ceremony is always remarkable, as it is a visible symbol of the continued evolution of content marketing.”
The ceremony drew over 150 of the elite in content marketing and honored Executive Vice President, Chief Revenue Officer, at The New York Times Company, Meredith Kopit Levien with the John Caldwell Lifetime Achievement award.
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