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Creativepool wins Technical Innovation Award at Onrec Awards 2018!

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On 1st March 2018, Onrec held their 14th Annual Online Recruitment Awards and celebrated the triumphs and achievements of individuals and companies in the Online Recruitment Industry.

David Hurst, founder of Onrec, says “The nominees and winners this year prove again that despite the current challenging economic climate, our industry has been resourceful and continues to triumph”.

We are proud to announce that we have won The Technical Innovation Award this year! Creativepool strives to serve those who work in the creative sector by continuously innovating to provide more opportunities that connect them to the biggest brands and agencies in the world. Last year, Creativepool launched studiocrowd, where brands and agencies can brief an incredible community of 250,000 global creatives to uncover the untapped talent within.

The first creative crowdsourcing platform to be built into an already established online community, studiocrowd is already making waves, connecting creative to opportunities with Amnesty International, Universal Music Group, Getty Images and Jukin Media to name a few.

 

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