Creatives aged 27 or under still have a chance to enter their portfolios for the Adams & Adams Loeries Young Creatives Award. 28 June is the closing date and two winners will each receive a trip to the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, courtesy of leading South African law firm, Adams & Adams, which specializes in protecting the ideas and intellectual capital of innovators. The law firm is also the exclusive attorneys to the Loeries.
“It’s great to be part of the Adams & Adams Loeries Young Creatives Award again this year,” says Mariette du Plessis, senior partner at Adams & Adams.
“In a changing world, the role of creativity is becoming ever more pronounced. Companies are finding that, as the markets become more saturated and competition gets stronger, it is necessary to find original and pioneering approaches to meet marketing demands. The Adams & Adams Loeries Young Creatives Award rewards upcoming young creatives for consistently meeting new challenges in the advertising and communication industries.
“Adams & Adams assists in protecting creativity in all its forms, in particular, protecting the innovator’s work and ultimately their financial potential.We are proud to be associated with the Loeries and the Young Creatives Award.
“I have no doubt this year’s entries will deliver the spectacular work we have become accustomed to. Best wishes to this year’s young creatives! ”
The Young Creatives Award recognises outstanding achievement by talented individuals at the beginning of their careers, working in any area of brand communication. In 2012 the award went to Jaco Burger, Partner & Designer at Ateljee, and Jared Osmond, Copywriter at Net#work BBDO. If you also want to receive a Gold Loerie and a trip to the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, then submit your entry before the deadline. Entry is free and all requirements can be found on loeries.com.
The recipients of this year’s Young Creatives Award will be announced at the awards ceremonies during Loeries Creative Week Cape Town.