Top creative agency professionals set to judge the Scottish Creative Awards 2017

These awards are the most prestigious for creatives in the country

Momentum Worldwide’s Josie Coetser, TBWA/Manchester’s Lisa Nichols and Liquid Agency’s Steve McGauley are the first of the many experienced experts judging this year’s Scottish Creative Awards.

These awards are the most prestigious for creatives in the country and are open to any advertising, digital or design agency in Scotland or agencies who have done great work for a Scottish client.

Josie Coetser, associate creative services director of Momentum Worldwide said: “With more and more awards shows to enter, and with more and more awards focusing on big-budget, big spend campaigns, the Scottish Creative Awards is a breath of fresh air.

“With a real focus on the creative work that has shone across the year and had real impact for Scottish clients, it’s not only the perfect opportunity to get the recognition of your peers, but the perfect way to celebrate what makes Scottish creativity stand out from the crowd… sharp wit.

“Beautiful design. Street smarts. Brilliant people. I’m proud to be part of the judging panel and cannot wait to get stuck in to all the amazing entries.”

If you believe your agency has produced amazing creative work or strategy/campaigns this year, then make sure you enter before the deadline on Friday 21 July.

Categories you can enter include:

  • Digital: Website
  • Press: Press Ad
  • Print: Retail Advert
  • Radio: Radio Campaign
  • Outdoor: Best ad on a mobile medium
  • Design Corporate Identity
  • Creative Strategy: Advertising Strategy

Previous winners over the years have included Whitespace, Axis Animation, Story, APS Group, Stand, purple TV, RRD Creative, Pocket Rocket, FREAK Films, Various Creative, Frame, Tricker PR, Material, Leith and many more.

Sponsors for this year’s awards include: Chesterfield Group, The Drum Network, The Drum RAR and TINT.

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