PARIS, Today: The Epica Awards has announced a new PR Grand Prix. The prize will be open to the winners of the PR category as well as other campaigns with a proven high level of earned media coverage, at the discretion of the jury.
PARIS, Thursday: The Epica Awards has added Gender Equity to its range of Public Interest categories for the 2019 edition, which is currently open for entries.
PARIS, Today: Epica Awards director Mark Tungate writes: “I noticed that your reporter wrote that Epica is judged by journalists NOT including M+AD [scroll down for the link].
CANNES, Sunday: The Epica Awards has underlined its positioning in the awards landscape with a new advertising campaign from Hecho Studios Amsterdam, reminding potential entrants that it’s time to leave the “self love” to other awards.
LONDON, Tuesday: Epica Awards director Mark Tungate – a Paris-based British journalist, and regular contributor to M+AD – sounds out Max De Lucia about the new sonic branding agency he co-founded with Greg Moore, Sascha Darroch-Davies and Jeremy Paterson.
PARIS, Today: The Inaugural Gerety Awards has announced its arrival on the international creative awards circuit. “Does the world REALLY need another awards show? reads the blurb.
That’s the question clients, agencies and journalists will be asking at the Epica Awards Creative Circle, which will take place in Amsterdam on November 15. The setting is the magnificent KIT Royal Tropical Institute, one of the city’s most remarkable buildings.
Paris, November 8: Epica is delighted to announce its shortlisted entries for the 2018 competition. These finalists will go through to the grand jury, which meets in Amsterdam from 12-14 November. Gold and Grand Prix winners will be awarded during a ceremony at the KIT Royal Tropical Institute on the evening of November 15.
PARIS, Monday: The Epica Awards – the only global prize for advertising creativity judged by the press – is now open for entry.
Sweetshop has signed director Jakob Marky for representation globally, excluding Europe. “Jakob has always had a fascination for stories and how to make them come alive,” says ceo/partner Wilf Sweetland.