Doing potential award-winning work creates huge additional value for clients.
We believe that proper, transparent collaboration is critical to great work. When everyone thinks they may be creating award-winning work, and the conversations are conducted transparently and purely in the interest of the work, you get much, much more physical and mental support all round. And that makes the work even better.
Writing awards creates case studies.
If you force yourselves to enter awards you are properly running the rule over your work (you quickly know which ones are potential winners). So it’s time that’s well invested. The easier they are to write the better the work is.
Winning awards make clients famous and proud of the work they’ve done.
A famous client is a happy client who’s likely to stay with you or even in her or his role for a little bit longer. It also provides a platform for future business to promote your company and talent.
Winners don’t win without proving strong results and business value.
Awards have to recognise work that delivered measurable business return for clients. It is not about click through, views or impressions. Judges reward proper, valuable returns.
Win or lose, being shortlisted alone puts big smiles on people's faces. Good work always requires hard work, and entering will let your employees know you recognise and value those efforts.
Coverage in Campaign
All winners will feature in Campaign, read by over 8.400 people, and across CampaignLive.co.uk, which receives 961K unique users and 2.4m page views monthly.