A winning trio

by Wardour – Jul 04, 2018

It’s been an award-winning week: our work has been acknowledged internationally at the Summit Creative Awards. Three of our projects have been recognised at the US-run awards scheme:

This year there were over 5,000 submissions from 26 countries. With many award programmes being dominated by large agency networks, big budgets and client, the awards are unique in that they are only open to small and medium-size agencies with annual billings less than $30m, allowing a broader selection of creative work to be shown.

Entries are judged on a scoring system by a panel of communications experts drawn from clients, agency and academia. Only 11% of all submissions get any kind of award, a reflection of the rigorous judging criteria – so we’re thrilled with our winning entries. The awards recognise the strength of the concepts we create, the quality of execution and our ability to persuade audiences. We were delighted, also, that our work has been acclaimed across both digital and print – yet more evidence that print has a good life ahead of it, despite the rise of digital.

Over the past 24 years, the Summit Awards has established itself as one of the premier arbiters of creative and marketing excellence. Our winning entries are proof of exceptional work and creativity, and outstanding examples of how print and digital content can create differentiation through editorial and design.

More information about the awards can be found here: https://summitawards.com/summit-creative-awards/sca-about/#

For further information about our winning projects or our other work, please drop us a line: hello@wardour.co.uk

Published Jul 04, 2018

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