TBWA\Singapore's Gary Steele and Hagan de Villiers kick off Young Glory 2016/17 season

-1 (1).jpgGlobal 'creative consistency' advertising competition Young Glory has kicked off its 2016/17 Season with a brief from TBWA\Singapore ECDs Gary Steele and Hagan de Villiers.

Says Brendan Graham, Australian co-founder, Young Glory: "Young Glory's '8 months, 8 brief, 8 big names' process continues to be unlike any other award show.

"It's one of the most transparent ways for emerging talent demonstrate their ability to consistently deliver solutions across a range of challenges and judge's criteria."

Young Glory began in 2011 and has sent winning teams from its Student and Professional categories to C2 Montreal over the past two seasons.
Its judges have included R/GA Global CCO Nick Law, DDB Worldwide CCO Amir Kassaei and former AKQA Worldwide CCO Rei Inamoto. Scheduled to judge Round 2 of the 2016/17 season is Google San Fransisco CD Matt Clack. Judges for future rounds will be revealed monthly.

Last season Singapore took out five of the top six places overall (including all Top 3 Professional places).

Anyone can participate as an individual or team of two via the purchase of a Young Glory Membership.


Click here to get a membership.

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