The 2022 UK Paid Media Awards will be presented at a gala dinner and awards ceremony in London on Wednesday 6th April.
The event is the perfect opportunity to network and celebrate your culture and achievements amongst your peers, friends and colleagues – truly an event not to be missed! The awards will begin with a complimentary drinks reception, followed by a three-course dinner, awards presentation and entertainment.
We ask you to join us live for the event and create chatter with our event #UKPaidMediaAwards. When you win, get sharing and marketing – we love to see your celebrations and we know the UK does this best!
Ticket PricesEarly Bird Tickets
(Before 18 March 2022)
Individual Ticket - £295 + VAT
5 Ticket Bundle - £1400 + VAT
10 Ticket Bundle - £2750 + VAT
(19 March onwards)
Individual Ticket - £345 + VAT
5 Ticket Bundle - £1650 + VAT
10 Ticket Bundle - £3250 + VAT
Event Guest InformationThis event is ticketless. If you have received a confirmation email from your booking, simply turn up on the night and your name will be on the table plan with details of your seating arrangement.
18:30 - Drinks Reception
19:15 - Welcome Speeches
19:30 - Dinner
21:30 - Awards
00:00 - Close
Dress to impress!
MenuThe menu will be announced nearer to the event.
Any dietary requests, food allergies or access requirements should be submitted during the booking process or alternatively sent to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the event. Requests received after this cannot be guaranteed.
Previous Winners & FinalistsTo view the list of winners and finalists for each year, please click the relevant button below:
2021 Winners 2021 Shortlist
2020 Winners 2020 Shortlist
2019 Winners 2019 Shortlist
2018 Winners 2018 Shortlist
Awards Trust Mark
The UK Paid Media Awards has been awarded an Awards Trust Mark by The Independent Awards Standards Council.
The Awards Trust Mark scheme is a not-for-profit accreditation programme run by The Independent Awards Standards Council with the goal of, as the name suggests, enhancing trust between those entering awards schemes, and the organisations running them.
The scheme is already raising standards in the industry, and we would encourage everyone entering awards to encourage organisers to commit to the code of conduct and thus earn an Awards Trust Mark.