Digiday Awards Bionic Best European Marketing Automation Platform Nomination

Bionic is delighted to be nominated for the Best Marketing Automation Platform at the 2019 Digiday Marketing & Advertising Awards Europe for our unique solution bridging the gap between the Facebook and Google ad platforms.


Bionic is delighted to be nominated amongst such marketing leaders as The Economist, Merkle and Reuters for the 2019 Digiday Marketing and Advertising Awards Europe, which recognize the companies, campaigns and technology modernizing European marketing and advertising.

Digiday is a global media outlet specialising in highlighting technology’s disruption of the media and marketing industries across the planet. The Digiday Awards programs are dedicated to recognising innovation, creativity and excellence in the fields of publishing, content marketing, advertising, advertising technology and video. The awards programs are considered to be one of the most influential in the industry.

Bionic was selected by the elite judging panel of the 2019 Digiday Marketing & Advertising Awards Europe for its unique marketing automation solution across the Facebook and Google advertising platforms. This Universal Marketing solution enables Bionic’s clients to optimise bid and budget strategies in real-time based on live conversion attribution data.

 The unique Bionic approach to optimisation across the world’s most important ad platforms enables their clients to radically reduce their effort in optimising ad campaign whilst delivering significant improvements in campaign performance.

We are delighted to have been selected as a European leader in marketing automation by Digiday and wish to acknowledge the combined effort of our team and the team at All Response Media who collaborated with us on this project. All Response Media is a leading customer acquisition media agency with over £350m in annual media bookings.

If you would like to find out more about our unique marketing automation solution, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Brendan Hughes