​Great ideas are special.
​Great ideas are special.

They move us, inspire us, change consumer behaviour and deliver business-accelerating results. We believe these ideas should be rewarded. Because creativity matters; for business, for change and for good. And eurobest is here to recognise Europe's great ideas.

eurobest, one of the Cannes Lions family of festivals, and Europe’s most established awards for creativity is celebrating it's 30th year. eurobest exists to champion and celebrate creative excellence across Europe.

Why enter the awards?

Winning at eurobest puts you among the creative elite. It means you've created game-changing work; campaigns that delivered results and moved the creative needle. Winning means new business, continent-wide exposure, better talent retention and raising your company's creative bar to new levels.

In 2018, you can enter your work in 21 different Awards and eurobest have put together a comprehensive guide to help you through the process - visit eurobest's website for more information. Deadline for entries is 25th October.

With the Festival taking a break for 2018, eurobest will be Awards only. The jury will be invited to judge the work in London and the results will be announced online on 13th December. Alongside the launch of the European Creativity Report, which will include in-depth analysis of the winners and the current landscape of creativity across the region.

Jury Presidents

A total of 12 Jury Presidents will guide specialist juries from different corners of the European creative communications industry and we're delighted that Alan Kelly, Executive Creative Director, Rothco will be the Jury President for Outdoor and Radio & Audio.

Philip Thomas, Chairman, Cannes Lions, commented, “Our Jury Presidents are a formidable line-up of creative talent and will play an essential role in identifying ground-breaking creativity from across Europe. For the first time we have an even gender split of Jury Presidents, which we believe will make the judging more dynamic and enhance the discussions. These debates and the decisions formed will provide the backbone of the new European Creativity Report and we’re delighted that they are joining us on the journey to identifying and establishing Europe’s creative standing.”