2016 Vega Digital Awards Canopus Winner: The Future Waits For No One! by FILMUNIQUE Medienproduktion GmbH, Germany

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Company : FILMUNIQUE Medienproduktion GmbH

Project Title : The Future Waits For No One!

Category : Miscellaneous

Country : Germany

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Director : Patrivk Schlosser

Executive Producer : Martin Burkert

Director : Daniel Moeller

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2016 Vega Digital Awards Canopus Winner: Sheep View by Sansir and Liquidminds, Faroe Islands

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Company : Sansir and Liquidminds

Project Title : Sheep View

Category : Digital Marketing

Country : Faroe Islands

Faroe Islands’ ‘Sheep View’ videos boosted tourism! Tired of waiting for Google to map the archipelago, Faroe Islanders mounted cameras to sheep to create their own version of Google Street View. The campaign was a hit. With a budget of just $200,000, it generated 2 billion media impressions and an estimated PR value of $50 million.

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Meet Our Esteemed 2016 Vega Digital Awards Jury

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Vega Digital Awards judging panel is comprised of some of the most experienced, respected, and qualified professionals in the digital industry from across the globe. Through the generosity of time and talent, they volunteer their skills, knowledge, and interests to adjudicate the 2016 Vega Digital Awards. Serving on an award jury is a challenging labor of love and we would like to extend a huge thank you to our distinguished panel of expert judges who provide their time and expertise to evaluate our entrants.

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2016 Vega Digital Awards Jury List:

  1. Pier Lalonde, President, Creative Director, Pixel & Cie, Canada

  2. Birger Linke, Group Creative Director, Ogilvy & Mather, China

  3. Shakir Dzheyranov, Creative Director, Spinifex Group, United States

  4. Jurij Plavnik, Creative Director, F4F Creative Factory, Italy

  5. Maria Afroditi Patsi, Creative Director, Patsi® Art & Design, Greece

  6. Christine David, Chief Digital Marketing Director, Rieback & David Integrated Marketing & Advertising, United States

  7. Wojtek Jezowski, CEO and Creative Director, Black Rabbit, Poland

  8. Mark Goldstein, Creative Director, Nobody Studios, United States

  9. Luiis Franceschi, Managing Partner, LUI.IS LLC Interactive Boutique Agency, Switzerland

  10. Alex Tan, Creative Director, Nokua Design Sdn. Bhd, Malaysia

  11. Zhou WenJun, Founder & Design Director, 524 Studio, China

  12. Jules Mercado, Web/Graphic Designer, Mixtapepsd.com, United States

  13. Olivier Hero Dressen, Director / Photographer, www.studiosupreme.be, China

  14. Kishore Karumbaiah, Chief Creative Officer, Languor Digital, India

  15. Kumar Jha, CEO, Agency 42, Australia

  16. Matthew Smith, CEO, Modmacro, Inc., United States

  17. Joe Hui, Project Manager, Nokua Design Sdn. Bhd, Malaysia

  18. Shangning Wang, Freelance graphic designer & artist, United States

  19. Klaus Sommer Paulsen, CEO Creative Director, AdventureLAB, Denmark

  20. Aleksandr Tikhonov, Director, Contorra Family, Russia

  21. Nikolina Popovic, Creative Director, Grey MENA, Qatar

  22. Pavel Kozlov, Designer, Writer, Peopleofdesign, Russia

  23. Nicholas Jackson, Creative Director of Branded Content, The Washington Post, United States

  24. Alessandro Miasi, Senior Copywriter, A-Tono DMCS, Italy

  25. Andrea Foresi, Senior Art Director, TMP Worldwide UK, United Kingdom

  26. Greg Wixted, CEO, 58 broadwick st, United Kingdom

  27. Kyle Johnson, Principal/Creative Director, BlkMrkt. Cr8tiv Labs, United States

Visit Vega Digital Awards jury page for more information.

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5 reasons why entering awards is good for business

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It’s not just the winning that counts!

No matter what the size of your business you can enter a creative award. There are a huge variety of awards around from local to national.You can find out about awards through your local chamber of commerce, local and business press or simply searching the internet for relevant awards.

Deciding what awards to enter could be challenging but it’s important to weigh up the time and effort it would take to enter against the potential gains.

However it’s not just the winning that counts!

With resources often stretched putting yourself forward for creative awards is not always the top of the agenda. Here are five reasons why simply entering an award could be good for your business.

 

  1. FREE MARKETING
    Business awards can be an overlooked tool in your marketing toolbox. Just being shortlisted can improve brand awareness and promote your business to new customers. Make sure you maximise PR exposure and update your marketing materials with the award logo including business cards, website, literature, email and sales material. Awards celebrate hard work and success and are great PR opportunities. It’s fantastic to be recognised so it’s important to make sure that people know what your business has achieved. Winning a business award can open doors to getting contracts, finding new supply channels and breaking into new markets.
  2. BENCHMARKING
    The application process for entering a business award can often force you to look at your business from a different perspective and compare yourself to your competitors. You’ll need to make sure that you stand out from the competition whether that’s through innovation, diversity, growth, customer service, investment in people and strategic thinking. This will help you think about ways you could be doing things better and identify areas for improvement and is one of the ways your business could benefit that could be more valuable than the prize itself.
  3. INCREASED CREDIBILITY
    A business award win, short-listing or nomination can act as a 3rd party endorsement for your business. A win can give a seal of approval to your activities and is a sign of quality for potential customers, so can form part of your sales pitch. It can also help with relationships with suppliers. It’s a great way of differentiating your company from competitors and will send out positive signals to customers.
  4. ATTRACT TALENT
    Awards recognise the hard work and achievements of your employees so winning one can help boost staff morale and improve motivation. Employees are focused on what’s great about the company they work for and can feel proud to be a part of it. This can be maximised by making sure staff feel they get the recognition they deserve by holding a staff meeting to celebrate your victory. Staff could be invited to a glitzy awards ceremony or dinner which can yield networking opportunities as well as being a great night out.
  5. EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION
    Business awards validate your hiring stature among new recruits. By pitching yourself as the best you can attract the talent you need to push your business forward. Increased employee morale will also help attract and retain new recruits.

Honor Your Creative Works Today

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Muse Creative Awards celebrate the year’s very best, most effective, as well as the most innovative and creative marketing campaigns around the world.

From the professional to the personal, if you are creating the best experiences, services or creative content on your artwork, this is the place for your work to distinguish itself among the leaders in the world.

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