Best Mobile Couponing Campaign
A campaign from Harvester, Eagle Eye and Millennial Media was awarded the Best Mobile Couponing Campaign at the Mobile Retail Awards.
Gold Medal, In-App Advertising
A mobile campaign for Gillette, produced by Procter & Gamble, MediaCom and Millennial Media, won two awards at the Mob-Ex awards in Singapore, including the Gold Medal for Best In-App Advertising.
CFO of the Year
Mike Avon was named the Private Company CFO of the Year in the Greater Washington Technology CFO awards.
Best Places to Work
Millennial Media was listed as one of Baltimore Magazine's "Best Places to Work" in 2012
Sales Excellence Award
Millennial Media was given a “Sales Excellence” award from the IAB, based on the results of a survey taken by approximately 400 agency and marketing decision makers.
Executive of the Year, Media and Entertainment
The Stevie Awards, America’s top business awards program, are open to all American organizations. Paul Palmieri was recognized as the Executive of the Year for Media and Entertainment companies with under 2,500 employees.
Mobile Marketing Campaign of the Year
The Stevie Awards, America’s top business awards program, are open to all American organizations. Paramount Picture and Millennial Media were recognized with the Marketing Campaign of the Year for the collaborative Global Jackass 3D campaign.
Millennial Media was number 74 on the Inc. 500/5000 list, based on its 3-year revenue growth rate from 2008 to 2010.
Mobility Award Winner
The Mobility Awards honor the best and finest mobile & wireless products and services in the industry. The awards are selected by Dr. Gerry Purdy and are based on what he feels the firms, products & services have made or will make the greatest impact on the industry.
Each year, AlwaysOn’s editors and a panel of industry experts introduce a new generation of game-changing players in the marketing, branding, advertising and public relations industries. For the AlwaysOn Media 100 list, hundreds of private companies—spanning numerous sectors, all stages of corporate development, as well as the globe—were nominated. To make the final selection, companies must excel in AlwaysOn’s five primary evaluation criteria: innovation, market potential, commercialization, stakeholder value creation and media attention or “buzz.”