Honoring the best web, design, video, advertising, interactive, mobile & social marketing from creative agencies worldwide.
Small and medium-size agencies worldwide produce a great deal of outstanding advertising, yet creative competitions are dominated by large advertising agencies, large clients, and large budgets.
Since 1994, the Summit Creative Award has recognized creative firms and helped them stand out in the crowd. This international advertising competition offers participants a unique opportunity to showcase their talents alongside similarly positioned agencies, and to have their work judged by experts in the advertising field. Our exclusive award-selection process means winners have earned the right to broadcast their achievements far and wide.
Companies and individuals from more than 50 countries and across five continents have participated in this prestigious 24-year competition – the first and best of its kind.
Our organization, whose aim is to laud the creative work of less-than-huge agencies make competition affordable and accessible. We offer streamlined internet submissions, many ways to tout winner’s achievements, and a friendly, knowledgeable customer service staff. Award certificates and internet medallions are free to winners, and elegant custom trophies are optionally available as well.
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Vega Digital Awards seeks to recognize and honors the outstanding performance, talent and effort of the best digital and creative professionals, web developers, web designers and web agencies.
Innovation and uniqueness in the following disciplines: Product, Packaging, Communication, Interior Architecture, Professional Concept, Service Design / UX and Architecture.
MarCom Awards honors excellence in marketing and communication while recognizing the creativity, hard work and generosity of industry professionals.
The International Biennale of Graphic Design in Brno was founded in 1963 and is one of the oldest and most important events in the field of visual communication in the world.