Epica extends entry deadline to Friday October 13

TrophywithBox_f3436e2f47.jpgAgencies still have time to get lucky.

The Epica Awards has extended its entry deadline to Friday October 13. So potential entrants in the fields of advertising, PR, design and digital still have time to submit their work to Epica's unique jury of journalists covering the creative industries.

The date may be considered unlucky in some cultures, but the Friday the 13th deadline offers late entrants an additional chance to win a prize and pick up a trophy at the Epica Awards show in Berlin. Plus, the winners and high-scoring entries will feature in the glossy annual Epica Book, published by Bloomsbury in London.

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This year's jury president is Spencer Baim, chief strategic officer of Vice Media. The jurors are drawn from leading advertising, design and communications titles around the world, as well as specialists in distinct fields such as fashion, film production and technology.

Winners who come to the Berlin show on November 16 will also be able to attend the annual Creative Circle conference, whose theme this year is The Creative Singularity - where technology meets creativity. From artificial intelligence to big data and fake news, it will cover some of the biggest issues of the day.

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