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Five reasons to choose creativity with Annual 2018

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This year, the Annual 2018 asks you to choose creativity, fresh thinking, groundbreaking initiative and innovation in the face of mundane processes of everyday life.

Together, we can make 2018 a year of creativity, success, and celebration.

Here are five reasons why you should submit your work for the Annual 2018.

1. Choose exposure

Your work will be seen and judged by leading representatives from the world’s biggest brands and agencies.

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2. Choose recognition

Your work will be showcased in the printed publication of the Annual and delivered to 7,500 industry leaders from around the world.

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3. Choose celebration

Your work will be presented and celebrated at the Annual Launch Party. Attended by the industry’s finest, it is an exclusive night of celebration and networking.

Check out what we got up to last year:

4. Choose being rewarded

Winners and shortlisted entries get the coveted Annual badge to display on their profiles as well as receiving a number of different prizes. Maybe you will be an individual to win the Lifetime Creativepool Pro Account, or a company taking home £6,000 in marketing media!

View prizes here

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5. Choose going viral

You and your work will get noticed. Creativepool is the only award that includes a People’s Choice - giving massive exposure to your work during the voting period and beyond. Last year, a phenomenal 102,843 votes were cast in the People’s Choice Vote!

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It's time to choose creativity.

The Entry Pack is your go-to guide for everything you need to know about submitting to the Annual 2018. Download here

Submissions close: 31 January 2018 - 23:59GMT

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