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Young Communicators Award - 20.03.2014
EACD celebrates outstanding and innovative communication projects by young talents
The European Association of Communication Directors (EACD) is pleased to organise the Young Communicators Award, designed to celebrate outstanding and innovative communication projects by young talents again this year. The premiere of the Young Communicators Award at the European Communication Summit 2013 was a big success with Emily Gibbs from Financial Times UK as a worthy winner. In 2014, it remains one of the key goals of the EACD to foster development and education to further advance the communication profession within Europe.
With more than 2,300 members from 42 countries, the EACD is the leading network for in-house communicators. In addition to central events such as the European Communication Summit and the EACD Forum, the EACD hosts Regional Debates and Coaching Days across the European continent. These events offer participants the chance to meet with peers from their region and the opportunity to share communications-related experience and ideas with colleagues working on an international level.
The Young Communicators Award supports young PR and communications professionals all over Europe by recognising exceptional communication projects that deal with innovative ideas, reflect fresh approaches and state-of-the-art methods, thereby contributing to the shaping of the future of the communication profession.
The three shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend the European Communication Summit free of charge to present their project in front of an experienced audience of senior in-house communicators. The winner will be honoured with the Young Communicators Award during the Summit taking place on July 10th & 11th. The winning project will additionally be featured in the EACD's partner magazine, Communication Director, to which the winner will also receive a free annual subscription.
EACD looks forward to receiving many exciting projects, providing our profession with fresh faces and new voices.
More information is available at www.eacd-online.eu.