The Epica Awards has extended its entry deadline to Monday October 15, so agencies who shine in advertising, PR, design and digital still have time to submit their work to Epica’s unique jury of journalists covering the creative industries.
The new deadline offers late entrants an additional chance to win a prize, make some headlines and pick up a trophy at the Epica Awards show in Amsterdam. Plus, the winners and selected high-scoring entries will feature in the annual Epica Book, published by Bloomsbury in London.
Yes, Epica is yet another advertising awards program. But this one is unique. It hands out the only global creative awards naturally immune to bias. It’s the only global prize for creativity judged by the press.
It’s also an inernational PR platform. More than 200 journalists will see your work – experts from the leading trade titles (including Adweek, Creative Review, Campaign, Shots, Stratégies) as well as mainstream publications (such as C-NET, Marie-Claire, Forbes) in over 50 countries.
Before the ceremony on the night of November 15 Epica will hold its annual Creative Circle conference, this year with the theme, Will Responsibility Kill Creativity? In an era of sensitised consumers and cause-related marketing, is it still possible to run edgy campaigns?