The Lovie Awards has just announced a partnership with several leading companies in the Web3, NFTs and metaverse space, including NFT Evening. What’s more, the partnership program NFT Evening is participating in is called the “Building Tomorrow Together” series. In a nutshell, it aims to educate and inspire a new generation of Internet enthusiasts.
What are the Lovie Awards?
The Lovie Awards is a prestigious, Pan-European awards ceremony that honours online excellence. 2022 will be its twelfth edition.
It reflects the immense growth of the Internet. Each year, the Awards expands its range of categories to illustrate current trends and technological advancements. This year, it is including Web3, NFTs and the metaverse, as well as accepting work in seven native languages. In addition to having an International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (IADAS), there is also an online public vote.
What can we expect from the 2022 edition?
The new Lovie Awards partners are paving the way for future digital pioneers. In addition to NFT Evening, its new partners include Palm NFT Studio – a new NFT ecosystem for culture and creativity; Hundo Careers – the world’s first Learn2Earn platform for Gen Z; and Tech Circus – which produces the Global DeFi Conference.
This year’s Lovie Awards also added several new judges. These include Founder of Blockworks, James Delaney; Head of Marketing for Christie’s, Neda Whitney; and Palm NFT Studio CEO and Co-Founder, Daniel Heyman, to name but a few.
According to Lovie Awards Co-Chair Nick Farnhill, “This is one of the most exciting new chapters for the Internet to have happened in over 20 years. Honouring the very best work currently being created in these emerging spaces will help shape the narrative of what great looks like and inspire others to join in.”
In addition, the Building Tomorrow Together series will feature the top players from partner organisations. Interested individuals have the opportunity to learn more about how digital innovations will impact global businesses, communities and individuals.