The DataIQ Awards honours both companies and individuals that have demonstrated excellence in the data industry over the pasts 12 months. Now in its 9th year, we have 24 awards across five focus areas recognising great work, people and teams.
Entries for 2021 DataIQ Awards have closed - the shortlist to be announced on July 28. If you had any questions related to the DataIQ Award entries please email email@example.com
"Delighted and grateful to be recognised by receiving the DataIQ Award for Best use of data, as it further proves the impact of our work"
- The Open University, 2020
“The impact of the awards is fantastic; it recognises the hard work of the teams, it's a morale booster and really puts data firmly on the map, showing how critical it is.”
- Zurich Insurance UK, 2020
"I am so delighted to win the Data for Good award. This is a great honour and helps highlight what we are striving towards."
- Unilever, 2020
"We're thrilled to be the headline partner for the DataIQ Awards last year. Another fantastic DataIQ event and a truly prestigious awards ceremony"
DataIQ Awards FAQs
When will entries open for the DataIQ Awards? Please fill out the form below to be notified of when entries will be open for the 2021 DataIQ Awards. When will the winners of the DataIQ Awards be announced? The DataIQ Awards will be taking place on Wednesday, 29 September 2021. Who can enter the DataIQ Awards? Anyone within the data and analytics industry is encouraged to enter. There is a fair and open system of judging each entry, which makes the DataIQ Awards equally accessible to both small and large organisations from all corners of the industry.
Can I enter myself or my company for any of the awards categories? Yes, and you are encouraged to do so. Anyone can enter an award for themselves or their own business as well as for their customers, partners or suppliers. Just ensure you have permission to use the information.
As a past winner or finalist, is there any point in me submitting entries again? Absolutely! If you don’t enter, you won’t win! Every entry is judged on its own merits, regardless of whether you have been successful in previous years.