Integrated Competition

A two-day challenge to create a winning integrated campaign and gain recognition within the creative industry.

28-30 November 2017

The Integrated Competition is a hunt for Europe's best creative duo. Over 24 intense hours, teams of two will work to come up with an original, attention-grabbing integrated campaign. It's the ultimate test of teamwork and an ability to think under pressure.

It's also a great opportunity for young creatives to raise their profile among industry leaders and prove themselves among Europe's creative best.

The Brief See the 2017 brief set by eurobest and the UN Women National Committee UK

See the 2017 Integrated Competition winners

Gold - Denmark

Mads Schmidt Hansen, Art Director
Eva Stehr Ebbensgaard, Art Director, DDB

Silver - Sweden

Didrik Persson, Creative, Wenderfalck
Katharina Sand, PR Consultant, Wenderfalck

Bronze - Sweden

Nina Friman, Art Director, Welcom
Therése Bohlen Kinn, Copywriter, Welcom

How the competition works

The Challenge

After travelling to our London venue, you will be briefed in the morning before being given one day (no more than 30 hours) to create a campaign that fulfils the charity brief using at least three different media. The next day, you and your fellow competitors will have just five minutes to present your ideas to a panel of leading advertising, marketing and communications industry figures.

The Prize

The winning team will be presented with their award at that night’s eurobest awards show. Each team member also gets a free pass to eurobest 2018.

Interested for next year?

All teams must be made up of two young creatives aged 30 years or under, both working in creative agencies in Europe. Competitors are selected for the competition by the Festival Representative for their country in the months leading up to the event. To find out how to enter the competition in your region, contact your local Rep.

If you have any questions about the Integrated Competition, get in touch with eurobest's Talent & Training Manager, Laura Bishop.