All in 500 words?
That's where I come in. Entering work into competitions is time-consuming. Each scheme has its own set of guidelines and rules. Written entries need to answer specific questions often within tight word counts.
I've been writing winning award entries for many years - helping clients get industry recognition for their creativity, marketing acumen and sheer hard work. Increasingly we're asked to provide solid evidence to demonstrate a project's effectiveness against its objectives. Producing award entries like these often involves carrying out research, analysing primary qualitative and quantitative data, and creating clear, concise copy to grab the attention of the judges.
I regularly write award entries for schemes such as the DBA Design Effectiveness Awards, Drum Marketing Awards, Marketing Society Excellence Awards, Design Week Awards, Brand Republic Digital Awards, D&AD Awards and Cannes Lions. To name a few. There are hundreds of schemes and deciding which are worth entering is a challenge in itself. I can also manage this wider awards process, from researching relevant award schemes to creating an awards diary that meets your specific needs as a business.
Helping you grab the best opportunities to get your work in front of the right judging panels. And getting your project's story across in as few words as necessary.
See a DBA Design Effectiveness winning entry here
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