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.

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

Are you our next winner?



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

18 finalists will be invited to the .eu Web Awards Gala, held on 17 November 2022 in Mechelen, Belgium.

The nomination and voting process


The 2022 .eu Web Awards winners were accounced during a ceremony held on 17 November 2022.

Rising Stars
House of .eu
Better World
Best of .ею or .ευ
Special Commendations

Selection of the winners and the prizes

Finalists with the highest scores from the jury were selected as winners, and were announced during the Awards ceremony held on 17 November 2022.

The six winners will receive the following:

Marketing campaign for a budget of € 5 000

Organised together with an EURid appointed marketing agency

An educational package

Courses to improve your website management.

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

To be used on websites and social media accounts.


Maria Rosa Gibellini

Maria Rosa Gibellini has been Director General at the European Internet Forum (EIF) since 2012. She is an expert in association management, strategy and communications, and has been in the digital policy, innovation and technology sector for most of her career. With an Executive Master in International Association Management from Solvay Brussels School, she is also Board member and Co-chair of the Communications & Membership Committee at the European Society of Association Executives (ESAE). An Italian national, Maria Rosa is Co-founder and Board member of the Italian network of digital policy professionals - Digitalians.

Roman Kabelka

Roman Kabelka has had a long-term focus on web and mobile application accessibility at Czech tech company MasterDC. As a visually impaired, he combines his professional perspective of a web developer with the practical user view of a screen reader. Together with MasterDC, Roman actively spreads awareness around web accessibility and leads the team of accessibility auditors, who help companies meet their online accessibility standards.

Stefan Kolle

Stefan Kolle is one of the global experts on Customer Centricity and Customer Experience. He focuses on profit opportunities, practical ideas, and concepts that allow you to differentiate your business in the marketplace and even transform your industry. In other words, “ideas that make money”.

João Pedro Martins

João Pedro Martins is currently a Data Scientist at Talkdesk. He has a Master’s in Informatics Engineering from the University of Coimbra, with a specialisation in Intelligent Systems. He has taken an active role in online safety and digital literacy discussions and best practices since an early age, being a Youth Ambassador for the Better Internet for Kids Project for the last 9 years, within the European Insafe Network. More recently, he has also become member of several youth initiatives in the Internet Governance field, with relevant positions in the Youth IGF Movement and as Coordinator of the EURid Youth Committee. João is also member of the Youth Coalition on Internet Governance, Youth Observatory within Internet Society and participates on youth programs of Council of Europe and ICANN.

Philippe Vercamer

After getting a degree in communication management Philippe completed his studies in commercial communications at the University of Ghent (Belgium). With a passion for branding & design, he started his career as project manager in a full-service communication agency. With 10+ years’ experience in offline and online design, he’s currently co-owner and account manager at the branding agency Studio Engarde.