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The Warc Prize for Social Strategy is a search for social ideas (any strategy designed to generate 'earned media') that drive business results. It is a case study competition with a $10,000 prize fund to reward the best social strategy cases in the world.
Closing date extended to 19th December 2013
Warc Social Prize judges revealed
Warc has announced the full judging panel for the Warc Prize for Social Strategy.
The judges include executives from DigtasLBi, Edelman, Havas, Leo Burnett, McCann, Droga5, DDB, Dare, Microsoft, Mullen, Keller Fay, We Are Social, McKinney and Telstra.
Pete Blackshaw, chairman of the judges, discusses social marketing and what he's looking for in the entries
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We are delighted to announce Pete Blackshaw, Global Head of Digital and Social Media at Nestlé, as chairman of judges.
The full judging panel includes senior executives from Facebook, Unilever, McDonald's, Microsoft, Havas Worldwide, Ogilvy Keller Fay Group, Leo Burnett and DDB.
See who's on the panel.
Find out why Warc has launched this Prize, and why you should enter.
Read some tips on creating great strategy cases, based on feedback to Warc's other prizes.
Review the judging criteria to find out what judges will be looking for.
Read the 2013 edition of the Seriously Social report.
The Prize is open to any marketing or communications case study that can demonstrate both a social effect and business results.
Entrants should start by reading the Entry Kit (pdf), which details the entry process, and the Terms & Conditions. They should also download the Entry Form (doc), which details the information required within the case.
When their case study is complete, entrants should register the case to receive their Prize reference number, then follow instructions to submit their entry and supporting material.
Closing date: 19th December 2013
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