LIA + AWARD entry deadlines soon

With the Cannes International Advertising Festival getting underway June 21st remember that there are another two important awards shows that have announced their Call for Entries. Each have upcoming entry deadlines to note.

Picture 167.pngLONDON INTERNATIONAL AWARDS
This is the first time LIA is included in the Campaign Brief Creative Rankings. Entry deadline to LIA is June 19th. This year LIA has added the Bronze Statue to their line-up of metal. This year's Jury Presidents include Jeremy Craigen, Executive Creative Director of DDB London (pictured) and Tham Khai Meng, Ogilvy & Mather - Worldwide Creative Director and Chairman of its Worldwide Creative Council. View LIA website.

Craig-DAVIS-NPole.jpegAWARD AWARDS
Entry deadline for AWARD this year is June 30th. Craig Davis, former chief creative officer worldwide JWT (pictured) has been appointed the Chairman of Judges of this year's AWARD Awards. AWARD Judging will be held in Sydney, September 8th until September 18th. Finalists will be released in October, and the winners will be heralded at the AWARD Awards on Thursday November 12th at The Overseas Passenger Terminal, Sydney. View the AWARD website.

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