About The Lovie Awards

What People Are Saying

What People Are Saying

Winning a Lovie Award is a huge achievement. But you don’t have to take our word for it.

“Winning a Lovie Award inspires us to keep innovating in the intersection of art, design and digital.”

Tate Media

The Lovie Awards a true celebration of European internet culture and excellence. Kai Heuser, Global Executive Creative Director, N26

To us, the Lovies are the pinnacle of European appreciation for our work. Fabrique, Netherlands

We’re absolutely delighted and proud to have won multiple Lovie Awards. This stamp of approval shows we’re amongst the best in class at digital. Dept Agency, Netherlands

Our phone has been ringing off the hook since winning a Lovie Award. UZIK, Paris

Winning a Lovie Award is proof that we are one of the best agencies in Europe. Oakwood Digital Creative Agency, Stockholm

Winning was a huge deal for our whole network. The Lovie Awards touts the value of having PR at core and adding a creative, technological layer; it’s brought us new clients. Edelman Deportivo, Sweden

The Lovie Awards gives a 360° review of the Internet, from editorial to user experience to design to IT. Condé Nast International, Italy

The Lovie Awards separates the signal from the noise. Mubi

The Lovie Awards, a prestigious competition for websites, tablet apps, mobile sites and digital video. The Sunday Times

There is an energy, enthusiasm and future- facing humanity defining Europe’s impact on global internet culture and creativity. I’m excited to be a part of creating it. Ariel Wengroff, Global Marketing & Comms, Ledger

It is time the Internet was not judged from just one continent. Great sites are coming from all of Europe, and I’m thrilled to be part of the team that will reward them. Christophe Abric, Editor-in-Chief, La Blogothèque

It was an honour to be included amongst an amazing amount of impressive work from Europe. The BBC

We need more opportunities to showcase and celebrate the best of European talent, bringing this recognition closer to home can only be a good thing. Iain Dodsworth, Founder, Tweetdeck

Getting recognition for our work on a European scale not only makes our teams proud, but also helps our customers to emphasize internally the importance of focussing on high quality digital products.
Q42, the Netherlands