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Sign up for The Drum Awards for Agency Business Virtual Ceremony.
Due to the current situation, we can’t host our usual awards night, so instead, you are invited to join our virtual show.
The show will be shorter than the live event, around 30 minutes and we will run through the categories announcing only the highly commended entries and the winners. Some entries really stood out to the judging panel and we will speak to a few of the judges live to hear what made those entries worthy winners. When your category is up, make sure to tune in with a drink in hand, ready to cheer and celebrate the winners.
Good luck and enjoy the show!
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