Creativity Is Calling … Enter Your Work!
Your in-house agency is your company’s creative heartbeat. You develop innovative campaigns, supporting assets, and sharp messaging that compels your audience to act. Time after time you reach consumers in new ways while supporting the same brand—and that’s no easy feat. Your team’s work and creative gumption deserve recognition. But how? Enter the In-House Creativity Awards.
The In-House Creativity Awards recognize creative excellence among internal agencies across nearly 50 print and digital categories including advertising, corporate identity, social media, video and more. This year, we’ve added ten new categories for you to strut your stuff—creative copywriting, social impact, and wild-card creative among them. Check out our entry details for the full list and how to apply.
Winning an IHAF Creativity Award shows the world (and your clients) what you’re made of. Participating teams can walk away with Gold, Silver or Honorable Mention awards in each category. What’s more, one talented team earns Best of Show for the most creative entry out of several hundred submissions. If you want to know what it takes to win, check out our 2022 award reels.
Announced at the IHAF Conference & Awards in November, internal agencies are crowned before an audience of peers cheering them on for a job well done. Your team lives and breathes creativity. It’s at the heart of everything you do. So, answer the call. Enter the In-House Creativity Awards, today.
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