Last chance for Annual 2019 launch party tickets

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The launch party for the Creativepool Annual is fast approaching when some of the biggest names in the creative industry will gather to hear who’s won and been published in this year’s book.

The Annual will once again present a collection of the best work to have been released in the past year across a range of creative disciplines. All categories are judged by a panel of professionals from the Creativepool community alongside People’s Choice awards which will also be announced on the night.

Categories include advertising, illustration, digital, design, out of home and many more while our esteemed Influencer, Agency, Newcomer, Brand, Agency and Indie of the year will also be revealed.

With just one week to go until the event, now’s the time to secure your place and connect with the best in the industry for a night of free drinks, music and celebration. Creative individuals, agencies and brands will find out whether they’ve won and winners will be presented with unique limited-edition copies of the book featuring their work.

It all kicks off from 6.30pm on Wednesday 1 May at East London’s Banking Hall. Creativepool Pro account holders receive 10% off on all Creativepool events. Contact Emeka Collins for more information.

See who won at last year's event and find out who’s on the shortlist for 2019 here.


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