D&AD entry deadline fast approaching; entries due 11:59pm GMT, this Wednesday, February 14

69c6f3b9-197d-4a62-820b-ed3e150f1cef.jpgThe entry deadline for D&AD Awards 2018 is fast approaching. Entries must be in by 11:59pm GMT, this Wednesday, 14 February.

Entering D&AD Awards is the only way to give your work a chance to win a D&AD Pencil, considered the pinnacle of many creative careers.

Winners benefit from:
  • Career progression: 71% say their D&AD Pencil has contributed to a promotion
  • New business: 72% attribute being awarded by D&AD as helping them grow their business
  • New talent: 87% associate D&AD with acquiring new talent to their creative team

Additional benefits of entering D&AD:
  • Exposure: get your work in front of our expert judging panel of top creatives
  • Awareness: give your work the chance to be displayed to thousands of attendees in the Winners' Exhibition at D&AD Festival, 24-26 April, London
  • Support the community: your entries directly contribute to D&AD's initiatives that support new talent and drive the industry to be more accessible, more diverse and more sustainable
Make sure you get your entries in by 23:59 GMT this Wednesday 14 February.

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