The Event

The 2021 Awards will be brought to you as a live virtual event. As COVID-19 continues to prevent us coming together at a fantastic UK venue, we will meet virtually and celebrate our own and each other’s success.

Celebrate with Champagne and fine dining or cosy up in loungewear with hot chocolate and marshmallows. Whatever you choose, we ask you to join us live for the event and create chatter with our event #UKBiddableAwards. When you win, get sharing and marketing – we love to see your celebrations and we know the UK does this best!

The Host - Kris Temple

Kris Temple is an international event presenter, stadium announcer and broadcaster, with over 15 years’ experience at top level sporting events, such as the Olympic Games and numerous World Cups & World Championships.

His recent assignments include being a Stadium Announcer at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, Stadium Presenter at Wembley Stadium for England football internationals, Stadium Presenter for cricket’s Vitality Blast T20 Finals Day, and Stadium Announcer for the 2018 World Indoor Athletics Championships.

You can regularly hear Kris across the BBC, broadcasting on the 5 Live & World Service networks, as well as regional radio & television.

Kris was the announcer for the debut of Rugby Sevens at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, and also for the athletics competition at the Paralympic Games.

He’s an Announcer for MCC at Lord’s Cricket Ground, including the Rugby World Cup, the Cricket World Cup and the UEFA European Championships among his other presenting credits.

Previous Winners

To view the list of winners for each year, please click the relevant button below:
2020 Winners
2019 Winners
2018 Winners
2017 Winners

Awards Trust Mark

Awards Trust Mark

The UK Biddable Media Awards has been awarded an Awards Trust Mark by The Independent Awards Standards Council.

The Awards Trust Mark scheme is a not-for-profit accreditation programme run by The Independent Awards Standards Council with the goal of, as the name suggests, enhancing trust between those entering awards schemes, and the organisations running them.

The scheme is already raising standards in the industry, and we would encourage everyone entering awards to encourage organisers to commit to the code of conduct and thus earn an Awards Trust Mark.