AWARD 2012 call for entries now open - deadline Mon Nov 12; AWARD Night March 21 in Sydney

AWARD_Press release imageweb.jpgIn these fiscally responsible times, it's clear that when it comes to entering awards, the key decision makers are no longer the Creatives. There's another far more influential gatekeeper, a true fate-maker in the Award process.

That's right, for the first time ever, the AWARD Call for Entries is targeting the people who matter most, the players with their hands on the purse strings, the people with 'the final say' - the heads of finance.
Over the coming months, AWARD will be providing these fine men and women with irrefutable scientific evidence that entering AWARD is crucial to their financial well-being, agency longevity and general physical hygiene.
To launch the campaign, a book titled Pencils Equal Profits will be delivered to the desks of CFOs around the region. Commissioned exclusively by AWARD, this investigation contains real case studies, graphs, and those diagrams with the interconnecting circles, covering practical advice gleaned straight from the 'killing floors' of leading international agencies. Basically it's all the motivation a CFO needs to sign off even the most dazzlingly egotistical award entry.

So think. There's never been a more important time to enter AWARD. Because today, more than ever, Pencils Equal Profits!

The 2012 AWARD Awards are now open for entries till Friday, 2nd November 2012. Four special awards will be announced and presented on stage to the winners at the AWARD Awards Presentation Evening, held on Thursday, 21st March 2012 in Sydney. 

Material Deadline:
All files must be uploaded before you can finalise your entry. The file uploads must be completed online by Monday, 12th November 2012.

For entries to be accepted all hard copies, entry forms and AWARD entry checklists need to be delivered to the AWARD office by 5.00pm Monday, 12th November 2012.

All payment must be made by Friday, 2nd November 2012. Entries submitted after Friday, 2nd November 2012 will incur a 15% late fee.


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