The winners of third edition Performance Marketing Diamonds CEE announced!


Performance Marketing Diamonds CEE, organized by the Chamber of Digital Economy, is the only one contest in Poland that appreciates and shows performance campaigns implemented not only on the Polish market, but also throughout the CEE region. The winners of edition 2021 were announced 10 June in Kinguin Esports Performance Center in Warsaw.

The Main Partners of the contest are Apifonica, Ecommerce Europe and Kinguin Poland.

Let’s meet the winners of Performance Marketing Diamonds CEE 2021!

Category The most effective paid social media campaign – FormUp

Category The most effective SEM campaign – CCC

Category The most effective affiliate program – SalesTube & Value Media

Category The most effective sales campaign – Bluerank

Category The most effective lead generation campaign – MullenLowe MediaHub & Decathlon

Category The most effective video campaign – CCC

Category The most effective use of influencer marketing in performance – Tradedoubler

Category Performance creativity in crisis – Bluerank

Category The integrated campaign of the year – MullenLowe MediaHub & Decathlon

Category Performance Technology of the Year – Cube Group

Category Performance or/and Affiliate Agency of the Year – Tradedoubler

The Organizer decided to use the opportunities offered by Terms&Regulations to award CCC & Looksoft Advertising for “Creative mobile performance” and for “Creative actions in crisis”.

The GRAND PRIX laureat  is Bluerank.

An auditor, Sowiński i Partnerzy, was responsible for the proper course of the contest.

More information about the contest:


Aleksandra Bocian

PR Specialist

Phone: +48 662 108 088


About the Chamber of Digital Economy
The Chamber of Digital Economy represents and supports the interests of companies involved in the Polish digital economy market, in particular its member companies.

The Chamber supports the Polish digital industry through cooperation, know-how exchange, legislative actions and strong and effective representation of common interests in a dialogue with Polish government agencies, European Union agencies and non-governmental organizations in Poland and abroad. The main objectives of the Chamber of Digital Economy are:

  • Representing and supporting the interests of companies involved in the Polish digital economy market, in particular member companies;
  • Supporting economic growth across various industries in Poland and Europe thanks to the use of technological and ICT innovations, including the Internet as well as software and hardware, and their practical uses in business activities;
  • Supporting entrepreneurs (especially small and medium companies) by supplying know-how and technological solutions;
  •  Supporting the society in the use of digital solutions.