What is the .eu Web Awards?

The .eu Web Awards are an online competition, launched in 2014 and designed to acknowledge the best websites, using the .eu, .ею or .ευ extensions, in five dynamic categories.

Over the years we have seen and enhanced the visibility of hundreds of beautiful, innovative, and impactful websites through the .eu Web Awards.

Our goal is to enhance the visibility of innovative, beautiful, and impactful .eu, .ею and .ευ websites.

Are you our next winner?

Why
participate?

Free

The .eu Web Awards is all-inclusive. No fees required, from nomination to winner!

Value & credibility

Attract new visitors to your website and enhance your credibility through the marketing initiatives included in the prize package.

Unique Gala

15 finalists will be invited to a prestigious .eu Web Awards Gala, held in Brussels, Belgium on 18 November 2020.

The nomination and voting process

Nominees

All
Leaders
Rising Stars
Laurels
House of .eu
Better World

Selection of the winners and the prizes

Finalists with the highest scores from the jury will be selected as winners, and will be announced during the Awards ceremony held in Brussels, Belgium on 18 November 2020.
Have a look at previous .eu Web Awards winners.

The five winners will receive the following:

Billboard advertising

A two month billboard advertising campaign in Brussels Airport.

Custom trophy

Winners will receive a personalized .eu, .ею or .ευ Web Awards trophy.

Custom video

A customised video produced by EURid will be provided to the winners for promotional purposes.

Digital .eu, .ею or .ευ Web Awards icon

3 different icon formats will be provided to the winners for their websites and social media accounts.

Jury

Emily Taylor

Emily Taylor is CEO of Oxford Information Labs and works closely with EURid as a consultant. She is lead author of the annual EURid UNESCO World Report on Internationalised Domain Names and teaches at a number of European universities. A lawyer by training, Emily has worked in the Internet governance and cybersecurity environment for more than 20 years. She has served on major ICANN reviews of security, policy development and privacy, the UN Internet Governance Multistakeholder Advisory Group, Global Commission on Internet Governance research network, and as director of Legal and Policy for Nominet. Emily is an associate fellow with the International Security Department at Chatham House in London and editor of the Journal of Cyber Policy; she is a research associate at the Oxford Internet Institute and an affiliate Professor at the Dirpolis Institute, Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa. She is a graduate of Cambridge University, qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales, and has an MBA from Open University. Follow her on Twitter @etaylaw

Lise Fuhr

Director General, European Telecommunications Network Operators' Association (ETNO) Lise is ETNO’s Director General since January 2016. At ETNO, she leads and oversees all the activities and she is the main external representative of the Association. On behalf of the Association, she is also a Board and an Administrative Committee member in ECSO, the European Cybersecurity Organisation. Lise has also been reappointed to the Internet Society Public Interest Registry Board of Directors for a three-year term as of May 2019. Prior to joining ETNO, she was Chief Operating Officer of DK Hostmaster and DIFO, the company managing the .dk domain name. In the period between September 2014 and December 2015, she also chaired the Cross Community Working Group for the IANA Stewardship Transition, building on her strong network within the internet community.

Maria Rosa Gibellini

Maria Rosa Gibellini has been the Director-General of European Internet Forum from since 2012. She has strong experience in events management, communication and public relations.

Anne-Marie Eklund Löwinder

Anne-Marie Eklund Löwinder, is the Chief Information Officer at The Swedish Internet Foundation and a security expert. She can answer most questions about strategic information and IT security for both businesses and ordinary users, such as current management systems for information security and ISO 27001, as well as questions about encryption, passwords, security on web sites, e-mail, smart gadgets, cloud services, and networks.

Megan Richards

Megan Richards was Director of Energy Policy in DG Energy (ENER) of the European Commission from 1 April 2017 to 31 June 2019. She joined the European Commission in 1991 and has worked on programmes to support SMEs, research and innovation, including regulatory, legal, financial and contractual issues. From September 2006 - April 2009 she was Director of Resource Management in the Commission's Joint Research Centre. From May 2009 she was in the Commission's DG CONNECT, holding positions of Director of General Affairs, Director of Converged Networks and Services, Director Coordination, and acting Deputy Director General and Principal Adviser. From 2013-2014 she was EU Fellow at the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs at Harvard University. Megan has worked for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Africa, the Inter-American Development Bank in Washington, the government of Canada, and private law firms.   She has bachelor of science, bachelor of laws and master of public administration degrees