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Awards 2016 categories

A preview of this years categories.
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Calling all student creatives! It’s the DMA Breakthrough Award, 2016

Another year and a new opportunity to wow a real client and the best creatives in the business with your brilliance.
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DMA Awards - Save the date for Tuesday 6 December

Open your diary and flick forward to 6 December. Make a note that you'll be busy that evening - it's the DMA Awards
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Best Writing at the DMAs: Leo Burnett and the NSPCC

In this series we examine the winning work from the 2015 DMA Awards Best Writing category. Peek at the brilliance behind a Gold win for Leo Burnett and their client, the NSPCC.
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Best Writing at the DMAs: Proximity London and The Economist

In this series we examine the winning work from the 2015 DMA Awards Best Writing category. Peek at the brilliance behind a Bronze win for Proximity London and their client, The Economist.
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Best Writing at the DMAs: Lida and The Alzheimer’s Society

In this series we examine the winning work from the 2015 DMA Awards Best Writing category. Peek at the brilliance behind a Silver win for Lida and their client, The Alzheimer’s Society.
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UK advertising is dominant in Europe

What is the global impact of UK advertising?
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The DMA Awards Annual 2015

A showcase of the medallists and the Grand Prix winner from the 2015 DMAs
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Make, don't do. But always copy.

Creativity comes from 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration, doesn't it? Might we save a lot of time, efforts and sweat if we stuck to copying instead? Mark Earls and Laura Jordan Bambach say so.
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