Can I Enter (And Win!) The Branding & Design Agency Category At B&T Awards?!

Can I Enter (And Win!) The Branding & Design Agency Category At B&T Awards?!

It’s award season over at B&T, and between our Ministry of Sports Marketing conference, Women in Media and B&T Awards, we’ve got our hands full.

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That being said, we did have time to rustle up a whopping FIVE new categories in the prestigious B&T Awards, held at Sydney Town Hall on November 18. But silly us – we didn’t give you the in-depth breakdown you deserve.

So on Monday we gave you the Research Agency of the Year wrap up, and Tuesday saw us enlighten you all on what the hell the Production Agency of the Year award is.

Today, dear friends, we give you the Branding & Design Agency of the Year.

Open to any agency in Australia or New Zealand, the award is up for grabs by both stand-alone agencies and departments of larger agencies or organisations. Where an agency has more than one office, entries in this category should represent the agency’s offering across Australia and New Zealand.

You are eligible for the Branding & Design Agency category at the B&T Awards if:

  • You have worked on a client’s brand strategy; brand management; brand innovations; corporate identity; consumer branding; naming and slogan; digital branding; advertising; or direct marketing.
  • You have helped craft a brand’s strategy, design and communications to create stronger brand presence.
  • You have worked on the design of a client’s retail environment, including but not limited to interior design, store roll out, graphic design and online POS.
  • Worked across disciplines of digital, print, experiential, strategy, infographics and more to portray a strong brand identity.

Here’s looking at you: Hulsbosch; Frost*collective; Equilibrium; FOLK; Block; Jam & Co; uberbrand; ICON; Designworks; BAV Consulting; Cornwell; Houston; RE:; Interbrand; emerystudio.

To get your entries in visit this ol’ link here, and snag yourself some tickets right here. It’s a night not to be missed, and conveniently close to Christmas so you can convince your boss to spring for a flashy table.