Annual 2019 – early bird submissions now open!

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‘Tis the season to be jolly as the Creativepool Annual 2019 is now open for early bird entries.

The industry’s “most” award has launched for the sixth time and offers agencies, brands, influencers and newcomers the chance to have their work included in the prestigious book.

Exhibiting a monumental range of talent, the Annual is a compendium of the best international projects across a spectrum of creative disciplines. It is the most distributed, voted for, shared, collaborative and useful accolade in the industry.


Each year, an esteemed panel of judges handpicked by Creativepool comes together to preside over the entries before shortlisting the best and eventually revealing the winners. Last year, 1,657 submissions were made across 38 categories and the competition continues to grow.

As well as offering sections such as Agency, Influencer, Newcomer, Brand Team of the Year and many more, the Annual also includes a People’s Choice prize and a free Best Place to Work category. It is a time for giving, after all!


Winners receive limited edition Gold, Silver and Bronze hard cover books, free Creativepool Pro accounts with badges on the site and feedback is given to all entrants. Last year saw 5,000 copies land on the desks of creative marketers across the globe.

There’ll also be a private launch party where winners are announced and celebrated with key memvbers of the Creativepool community in attendance. This year’s run of the Annual is being supported by sponsors Ambrose Press, Jukin Media and MassiveMusic with the judging panel to be announced in the new year.


Those looking to submit can find the entry pack, terms and conditions and timeline at the dedicated Annual website as well as a link to download previous books. To claim a hard copy of last year’s Annual, contact Creativepool with your details.

Early bird submissions close on Monday 31 December. Submit your work here to take advantage of the discounted price and good luck!



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