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Who will see my work in the Annual 2018?

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Every year, we put creativity at the forefront of what we do with our unique award.

One of the main questions we get asked each year is, "Who will see the work that I submit?".

Winning a Creativepool Annual is not just about celebrating your creative achievements - the more practical side is that your work is seen by agencies and brands, big and small, around the world. 

It all starts with the world-class group of senior brand and agency representatives that grace the judging panels. This year's judging panel is made up of top level creatives and marketers from around the world. A collective rich in diversity and expertise, the judges will be looking for campaigns that chose creativity, fresh thinking and groundbreaking initiatives.

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See who's going to be judging your category here

It doesn't end there...

Challenging the notion of traditional awards, the Annual hosts a People's Choice vote where the entire community gets a chance to name their winner. The vote gives you the opportunity to have your work seen by the tens of thousands of people who vote each year. Last year, a phenomenal 102,843 votes were cast!

We also send out 7,500 Annuals to Marketing Directors, CMO's and Brand Guardians from agencies and brands across the globe, including:

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The competition is heated, the accolades sought after and the deadline looming!

Don't miss out on your chance to get your work seen by the biggest names in the industry.

Enter now

Submission deadline: 31st January 2018 - 23:59GMT



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