Workshops for the prestigious Snapchat Young Lions Competition Australia, proudly presented by Snapchat and The Trade Desk, are now open for registration.
Giving entrants the chance to gain insight from past winners and judges, the workshops feature across all four categories of the Snapchat Young Lions competition: digital, media, marketing, and film.
Entrants will also have the chance to ask any questions they may have around category briefs.
Here’s all you need to know about entering the Snapchat Young Lions workshops:
- Digital, presented by Snapchat—Wednesday, 17 February, 10–11am (AEDT). Register here.
- Media, presented by The Trade Desk—Tuesday, 16 February, 2–3pm (AEDT). Register here.
- Marketing, supported by UnLtd and The Pinnacle Foundation—Friday, 19 February, 10–11am (AEDT). Register here.
- Film, supported by UnLtd and Musicians Making A Difference (MMAD)—Thursday, 18 February, 2–3pm (AEDT). Register here.
The Snapchat Young Lions Competition Australia, which is proudly supported by Snapchat and The Trade Disk, gives blossoming media talent the opportunity to virtually represent Australia at the 2020 Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.
Entries are open to teams of two young communications professionals at the start of their career, with winners given the opportunity to showcase their talent internationally, by competing against teams from all over the world.
It’s a hugely rewarding experience that could change a career forever.
Entries to the Snapchat Young Lions Competition Australia are now open, and close on 12 March 2021 at 5pm (AEDT).
To submit your application, visit: https://www.canneslionsaustralia.com.au/younglions_submission/
And for more information, visit: https://canneslionsaustralia.com.au/younglions/
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