The 2022 UK Digital Growth Awards will be presented at a gala dinner and awards ceremony in London on Wednesday 29th June at The Montcalm Marble Arch, London.
The event is the perfect opportunity to network and celebrate your culture and achievements amongst your peers, friends and colleagues – truly an event not to be missed! The awards will begin with a complimentary drinks reception, followed by a three-course dinner, awards presentation and entertainment.
We ask you to join us live for the event and create chatter with our event #UKDGAwards. When you win, get sharing and marketing – we love to see your celebrations and we know the UK does this best!
Ticket PricesEarly Bird Tickets
(Before 13 May 2022)
Individual Ticket - £295
Five Ticket Bundle - £1400
Ten Ticket Bundle - £2750
(From 14 May 2022)
Individual Ticket - £345
Five Ticket Bundle - £1650
Ten Ticket Bundle - £3250
All prices exclude VAT
Event Guest InformationThis event is ticketless. If you have received a confirmation email from your booking, simply turn up on the night and your name will be on the table plan with details of your seating arrangement.
APPROXIMATE RUNNING ORDER
18:30 - Drinks Reception
19:15 - Welcome Speeches
19:30 - Dinner
21:30 - Awards
00:00 - Close
Dress to impress!
Vintage Sourdough Cheddar Croutons, Halloumi & Pepper Kebab with Crispy Rocket
Pan Seared Chicken, Herb Tomato, Mash, Beans and Carrots, Wine Jus
Mushroom and Spinach Gnocchi, Romanesco, Vegetable Jus (Vegetarian)
Sticky Toffee Pudding, Honeycomb Ice Cream
Any dietary requests, food allergies or access requirements should be submitted during the booking process or alternatively sent to email@example.com prior to the event. Requests received after this cannot be guaranteed.
HostOur host for the awards will be the amazing Marcus Bentley.
Marcus Bentley, is best known as ‘The Voice of Big Brother’. Marcus’s has featured on many TV programs, including BBC2’s, ‘Have I Got News for You’ and Channel 4’s, ‘8 Out of Ten Cats’. Marcus’s voice featured in Ricky Gervais’s ‘Extras’, and his dulcet tones were chosen to be the voice of the prestigious BBC Proms. Marcus has developed and honed a rich and versatile style (The Guardian describes his voice as being like ‘melted caramel’, which has been used for a great variety of documentaries, ranging from channel 5’s ‘The Academy’, to the Discovery Channel’s ‘Great Biker Road Show