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Native advertising award winners announced

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The Native Advertising Institute has announced the winners of its Native Advertising Awards 2016, acknowledging the best native advertising in the world.

The Native Advertising Awards were awarded for the first time at Native Advertising DAYS 2016 in Berlin on 16 November.

See the full list of winners and finalists in all categories here.

The winning publishers, brands and agencies have been selected by a panel of judges from across the industry based on their work in categories covering the most important aspects of native advertising such as strategy, organisation, formats and channels. Jury members all include experienced native advertising professionals such as Ben Young, CEO of Nudge, Melanie Deziel, award winning branded content strategist, Jason A Miller, Global Content Marketing Leader at LinkedIn and author and Liz McDonnell, Head of Creative Strategy at T Brand Studio. Award submissions came from countries including Norway, Croatia, Belgium, the US and the Philippines.

The Native Advertising Institute is a member of FIPP.

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