Wednesday, June 14, 2006

AWARD CALL FOR ENTRIES OPENS MONDAY 19th JUNE


The 2006 AWARD Call for Entries will open this Monday 19th June, and will close July 28th 2006. Creative companies from Asia, Australia and New Zealand will be eligible to enter AWARD, work which has been published from August 1st 2005 - July 21st 2006. All shortlisted work and Pencil award-winners will be allocated points in both the Campaign Brief (Australia/NZ) and Campaign Brief Asia Creative Rankings.
Check out the AWARD netsite on Monday: www.awardonline.com

14 Comments:

Blogger Steve Dodds said...

That's a pretty abrupt geographical cut-off you have drawn on that map Lynchy, but it is good to see that the long-forgotten agencies in Eastern Siberia and especially Vladivostok (the Russian Portland) will finally get a guernsey.

Does this mean you will begin a push for Mongolian judges, lest we miss the local intricacies of Ulan Bator?

Cheers
Doddsy

1:20 AM  
Blogger lynchy said...

Mongolian judges could very well be invited in the future as Inner Mongolia is part of China, has been since they outrageously took over old Ghengis Khan's once great land in 1947. The other biggies outside the seven Asian Tigers of south-east Asia are India, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan. So that's the AWARD region this very doddsy (er.. dodgy) map is trying to illustrate.

5:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Apparently there are riots in Karachi, as (according to the map) Bangladesh is eligible for AWARD but Pakistan isn't.

10:02 AM  
Blogger The hand shaker said...

Looks like God and Mrs God have had a fight and drawn a line across the world. God's got the lions share of course.

Probably cos he's God and all.

12:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Go you socceroos

12:25 PM  
Anonymous Jello Biafra said...

When times are busy, I send briefs over to my shadow creative team in the Ukraine.

Ok, the resulting ads may have loads of references to horses, pickled pork fat, and puns that don't translate very well, but they're very excited about the fact that they can now enter AWARD.

Well done Vassily and Ykenti!!! Bring your book, Mr Horner is hiring.

3:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not an expert on AWARD, but are European and American agencies ineligible to enter? Seems strange when we clamoured to get entry to D&AD for so long. Is someone, somewhere, scared?

3:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Jello, check your map again. Vladivostok's in, but Ukraine is OUT.

4:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

AWARD should be open to anyone who wants to enter. A defined target area is good but anybody who pays their money should be given a go. if you look at the scheme of things, a young guns award will carry you further in the internatioanl market place than an AWARD. I don't have any young guns but recruiters in Europe asked about them and not AWARD. but it would be great if it could be the other way round [being an old guy and all]

5:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've just been told that to be a motivated, award hungry, prepared to put your hand up for anything, self promoting go-getter is the wrong attitude for the agency at which I work.

Instead, I should be a wall-flower, a piece of flotsam that drifts on listlessly on the creative currents.

Go figure.

I might as well go and work for Coles!

1:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

3.56pm, Last time I checked, Europe and America were not part of Australasia. Which is what the A in AWARD stands for.

3:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

AWARD SCHMAWARD.

Don't you idiots think of anything else but awards?

11:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anyone seen my yak?

11:50 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, 1.23pm, you might as well.

Off you go.

1:02 PM  

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