AdStars final deadline extension is 15 June 2015: Free to enter and US$20,000 to be awarded

Matt Eastwood 2015.jpgDue to high demand, the final entry deadline for the AD STARS 2015 has been extended. The revised entry deadline is 15 June 2015. And AD STARS advised that after this deadline, no further extensions will be granted.

With US$20,000 in prize money up for grabs, entries are classified into a total of twenty two categories: five new video categories such as Branded Information Videos, Branded Entertainment Videos, Branded Viral Videos, Campaign Videos and Non-Branded Videos, as well as seventeen advertisement categories, including Public Service, Film, Print and Outdoor Ads.

Entry submission is available on the AD STARS website at

As it's free to enter Ad Stars provides a unique opportunity to for all agencies to test their award entries on a world stage in front of a world-class jury.

This year's panels will be lead by Executive Judges (pictured left) Matt Eastwood (J. Walter Thompson worldwide chief creative officer), Jean-Remi von Matt (founder & chief creative officer Jung von Matt) and Jose Miguel Sokoloff (President/Lowe & Partners Global Creative Council)
In the meantime, the AD STARS Organizing Committee are receiving entries for New Stars AD Competition until 15 June. Eligible participants for the New Stars AD Competitions are people who currently work for advertising agencies, whose career in the industry is less than 3 years or under 30 year-old. More details are available on the website.


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