All work entered into shots EMEA should have aired/first appeared between 1 September 2019 to 31 August 2021. To classify as being from ‘EMEA’, the work should have been developed through an agency based in the EMEA region.
Where there is no agency, but the idea was developed in-house by the brand, the in-house dept should be based in the EMEA region. If there was no agency or in-house creative dept, the production company should be based in EMEA. If there was no agency or in-house creative dept or production company… are you sure you’re entering the correct awards show?
The Awards are open to work created within the EMEA region between the eligibility period stated above. shots defines the work’s country of origin by the geographic location of the lead agency involved or, if there is no agency, the lead creative company. The work can be entered by any company involved in the creation of that piece of work. Entries cannot be made without the permission of the client and/or owner of the rights of the work.
All entries must have been created for a paying client except pro bono work for charities and non-profit organisations. shots Awards retains the right to disqualify entries that offend national, religious, cultural or racial feelings.
|Early Bird Entry||Standard Entry|
|1 - 3 entries||£235 per entry||£295 per entry|
|4+ entries||£188 per entry||£236 per entry|
Entry deadline is extended to Friday 1 October. You may enter as many categories as you like, however, each entry must be treated as a separate entry and payment made for each.