Campaign Big Awards is back with new categories

The revamped Campaign Big Awards, which showcases and celebrates the very best of Britain's commercial creativity, is now open for entry.

Campaign Big Awards is back with new categories

This year's Big awards will feature new product categories, awards for ‘the Best of the Best’ agencies by media platform, and the overall Campaign Big Agency of the Year to be named on the night.

The ceremony is moving to Old Billingsgate, with the event, which is being judged by some of the biggest and brightest names in the UK advertising scene, being held on Wednesday 29 November.

There are now 16 product categories for which agencies can enter their best work that has run over the past 12 months. These are: Alcoholic Drinks; Automotive; Charity, Consumer Durables & Furniture; Energy; Fashion, Clothing, Footwear & Accessories; Financial & Legal; Grocery & Soft Drinks; Health & Beauty; Household Goods; Media & Entertainment; Online Services; Public Service; Retail & Restaurants; Sport Travel & Leisure; and Telecoms & Technology.

In addition to the product categories, the Best of the Best will showcase the best work across the following channels: Digital; Experiential; Film; Integrated; Outdoor; Print; and Radio/Audio, with one overall winner in each category.

The Campaign Big Agency of the Year will also be named, awarded to the agency that receives the most number of nominations and awards throughout the evening.

The entry deadline is 24 August. For more details visit the Campaign Big Awards

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