Staff Reporters
May 16, 2013

Spikes 2013 opens for entries

SINGAPORE - The Spikes Asia Festival of Creativity is now open for entries for its 2013 awards.

Spikes 2013 opens for entries

Entries are being accepted in 16 categories: Film, Print, Outdoor, Radio, Media, Direct, Promo & Activation, Digital, Print & Poster Craft, Film Craft, Design, PR, Mobile, Integrated, Branded Content & Entertainment and Creative Effectiveness. Nine juries will be present in Singapore to judge and award work entered from across the region. The jury presidents were announced yesterday.

"It's exciting opening for entries for a new year. We get to see the trends and initiatives that are coming out of the region; a region that is currently experiencing huge growth and development, and is setting the creative bar high,” said Terry Savage, Chairman of Lions Festivals. 

This year, media agency of the year award has been realigned so that only a media agency will be eligible to win the award. Advertising agencies, clients,media owners and others can continue to enter and win a Spikes Media award but they cannot compete for the media agency of the year honour.

Winners of this year’s awards will be revealed on 17 September in Singapore.

Complete information on the awards and the Festival, a joint venture of Lions Festivals and Haymarket Media, is available at www.spikes.asia.

 

Source:
Campaign Asia

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