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Eurobest announces its 2022 shortlists

Germany have the most shortlisted pieces of creative work followed by France and the United Kingdom

30 November 2022

The 2022 Eurobest Awards has announced its shortlists today. This November, juries convened in London to review the work and benchmark the very best in European creativity and effectiveness.

From a total of 2,959 entries from 31 countries, 640 pieces of creative work have been shortlisted. Germany has received the most shortlisted pieces of work, followed by France and the United Kingdom. The awards have seen a significant increase in shortlisted work from Portugal and Austria, as well as Gibraltar making the shortlists for the first time. Ukraine also received its first shortlistings across seven different awards; Creative Business Transformation, Digital Craft, Entertainment, Film, Film Craft, Healthcare and Industry Craft.

Simon Cook, CEO, LIONS, comments: “We’re delighted to announce the 2022 Eurobest shortlists. The diverse and distinctive work that emerges from Europe is always highly anticipated and this year’s showing doesn’t disappoint. I’d like to extend my thanks to all our juries for their hard work in selecting and curating this body of work. We look forward to revealing the winners, and uncovering the key insights and trends emerging from this year’s awards.”

The Gold, Silver and Bronze winners will be announced on Monday 12 December, followed by the Grands Prix and Special Awards winners on Wednesday 14 December. Eurobest Unlocked, featuring debriefs from the Jury Presidents, as well as the Eurobest Creativity Report, which provides the rankings and insights from Eurobest, will both be released alongside the winners with everything available at