What does it take to elevate your work to new heights, delight those using it and scoop up multiple gongs along the way?
Tuesday 24th January saw us joining forces once again with Creative Equals to bring you another of our popular masterclasses on creativity, this time looking at “Why work wins”.
Together we lifted the lid on some of last year’s BIMA Award winning work, with judges and practitioners discussing how to create work that’s guaranteed to wow the jury.
Ali Hanan, Founder at Creative Equals
Tiffany St James, Founder at Transmute and BIMA Executive
Nadya Powell, Founder of Innovation Disorder and BIMA Executive
Projects and speakers
Project: Rise Philippines by AKQA for Nike
Judge: Charlie Smith, Client Services Director, R/GA
Practitioner: Duan Evans, Executive Creative Director at AKQA
Project: Mumsnet Pregnancy Tracker by DigitasLBi for Mumsnet
Judge: Jessica Rowley, Managing Director of Techdept
Practitioner: Helen Fuchs, Executive Creative Director at DigitasLBi
Project: Looking for You by OgilvyOne for Battersea Dogs & Cats Home
Judge: Jim Coleman, UK CEO at We Are Social
Practitioner: Charlie Wilson, Chief Creative Officer at OgilvyOne Worldwide
Project: Love at First Taste by MullenLowe London for Knorr
Judge: Catherine Flynn, Global Head of Marketing at Facebook
Practitioner: Tom Hudson, Global Creative Director at MullenLowe
So what does that mean for those entering the BIMA Awards 2017?
2017 brings an evolution to the BIMA Awards. Nadya Powell, Founder of Innovation Disorder and BIMA Exec, introduced us to the exciting changes (check in at 01:20 to hear for yourself).
Huge thank you goes out to our partner Creative Equals and to We Are Social for hosting.
Entries to the BIMA Awards 2017 open on 1 March. Head over to bimaawards.com for more information and sign yourself up to our mailing list receive all the BIMA Awards goss.