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Purpose Awards EMEA 2024 Invites Positive Change Innovations

Purpose Awards EMEA 2024 Invites Positive Change Innovations

Innovations Awards 2024

The Purpose Awards EMEA 2024 is now inviting entries due by Thursday, March 14th. The aim is to highlight creative innovations that support positive causes in various sectors across EMEA.

Whether you’re a brand, agency, government body, charity or NGO, we value efforts put into promoting community wellbeing, sustainability and more. This is an opportunity for your purpose-driven initiative to gain the recognition it deserves. We truly want to hear your story.

Submission is straightforward. Please adhere to submission requirements and upload your entries by the deadline. Winners will be celebrated at our grand finale event later this year, a gathering of inspiring minds and great purpose-driven creativity.

The Purpose Awards EMEA is more than an awards event. It’s a celebration of the use of creativity to drive positive change. Every project can make a difference, and your submission could be the spark of inspiration for others.

Joining us on the jury this year is Sarah-Jane Rumford from 89up, who’s looking forward to the innovative and impactful entries. Sarah-Jane praised the candidates’ understanding of their audience and practical impact alongside that of the transforming communication landscape.

We also invite businesses to use this platform to highlight their mastery and involvement in social consciousness and cause advocacy, as we approach the deadline on Thursday, March 14th.

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Our shortlist will be publicly announced in April, followed by the Awards luncheon on Friday, June 7th at The Londoner Hotel. Categories span health, environment, fundraising, advocacy, and more with our experienced panel judging the entries.

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