Call for Entries to The Work 2012 - It's FREE to enter and the deadline is October 12th 2012

Call_for_Entry_pic.jpgThe Call for Entries to The Work 2012 is out and it's FREE to enter.

Now in its 11th year of publication, The Work is a 400+ page, hard cover publication that features the very best advertising of the year from Australia, New Zealand and Asia. Published by Campaign Brief Asia, The Work is recognised as the only true permanent record of creativity for the entire region. Included with the annual are 2 DVDs with all the accepted TV, Film, Integrated, and Radio acceptances.

Download the PDF Entry Kit with all the details here: The Work 2012 CALL FOR ENTRY.pdf  
Download the entry forms in Word format: The Work 2012 WORD ENTRY FORMS.doc

There are two things that differentiate The Work 2012 from traditional award shows. Firstly, The Work is selective - to qualify for entry into the annual an ad or campaign must have already passed the test and been a finalist or winner at a recognised national or international awards show. Secondly, as entries are FREE, there are no wasted entry fees - only accepted work incurs the acceptance fee.
The Work spread 2.jpgThe Work Spread 3.jpgWho can enter? - Agencies, production companies, individuals and suppliers who are based in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong, China, Japan, Malaysia, India, Vietnam, Taiwan, The Philippines, Indonesia and Korea.

There are 16 categories for entry:
1. Magazines
2. Newspapers
3. Posters
4. Outdoor (incl. taxi/bus)
5. Business to Business
6. Public Service Print
7. Public Service TVC
8. Direct    
9. Integrated
10. Ambient/Guerrilla
11. TV & Film
12. Radio    
13. Craft in Print
14. Craft in TV
15. Cyber
16. Miscellaneous

Entry deadline for The Work 2012 is Friday October 12, 2012.

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