Clio Launches Future Gold Young Creatives Program

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The Clio Awards team just launched the 2008 Clio Future Gold Young Creatives Program. It's open to copywriters and art directors worldwide, 30 years of age or younger.

12 people -- two from each of six global regions -- will be picked to attend the Clio Festival in South Beach from May 14-17. They'll engage in a 24-hour creative challenge that will be judged by Clio jury members and a client.

Winners will be honored at the Awards Gala on May 16.

Looking to join? The deadline is April 1. Here's your chance. (It'll only cost an arm and a leg -- but who needs those where fame's involved?)

Oh, and beware portfolio thieves. Even among friends! It's a jungle out thar.

by Angela Natividad    Mar- 6-08   Click to Comment   
Topic: Industry Events, Online   

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Pay up suckers. $150 just to submit a portfolio for judging. Hell, I should start my own award show, too.

Posted by: Edward on March 6, 2008 6:43 PM

Because good ideas can come from anywhere—just not apparently anyone over 30.

Posted by: Logan Running on March 6, 2008 10:46 PM

Hey at least it's not the $250-$925 per entry fee they charge for normal entries.

Posted by: sixtoe on March 6, 2008 11:28 PM

another revenue stream for a 2nd rate, no make that 3rd rate, show. who really enters the clios anymore.? and why? cause it's easier than the one show? it's like the andy's, who enters that show? they fly judges down to australia to judge the andy's. it's ridiculous. i mean if it's an honor to judge a show, you'd judge it in cleveland. when it's not, you fly people halfway around the world to decide whether crispin or goodby or wieden should get the most awards.

Posted by: Ian Stewart on March 7, 2008 12:34 PM





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