The Australian Multicultural Marketing Awards celebrate marketing that speaks to all the people of Australia
Have you worked on a marketing, advertising, communication or social media campaign that showcases diversity in a creative or innovative way? Then we encourage you to apply for an AMMA.
Now in their 28th year, the AMMAs showcase the best of the best in the field of multicultural marketing and communications.
With more than 245 ancestries and 215 different languages across our state, diversity is one of our state’s major assets. This means that multicultural marketing is an essential component of any brand and business today.
Since 1990, the Awards have honoured outstanding achievements in multicultural communications with NRMA, OPTUS, Telstra and Westpac taking out top honours.
2017 Nominations are now closed
Open to public relations, advertising and digital agencies that have created a campaign which recognises the value of cultural diversity through the use of talent, copy and imagery.
Open to any government department, local, state or federal agency in Australia. Includes campaigns that inform and educate the community on services and programs, adapt services to meet the needs of a culturally diverse society, and/or promote social cohesion and community harmony.
For businesses that have developed a unique and innovative marketing campaign which has successfully reached a culturally diverse audience. There are three categories:
Open to Australian organisations with more than 100 employees.
Open to Australian organisations with less than 100 employees.
For organisations that have recognised the value of their culturally and linguistically diverse staff and have capitalised on these skills to achieve business success.
The following awards recognise organisations that have made a difference to social cohesion and community harmony through a marketing campaign that engages with culturally diverse audiences. There are five categories:
Open to any artistic or cultural organisation in Australia.
Open to any sporting organisation or association in Australia.
Open to any community organisation with cultural diversity, social cohesion or community harmony as its main focus.
Open to any accredited Australian educational provider.
Open to any organisation with multicultural youth as its main focus.
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