APG Awards: Students & Young Planners
All shortlisted entrants will be invited to discover the winner of the APG Student & Young planners award. There will be Gold, Silver and Bronze winners for the best students and young planners.
Also attending the evening will be the judges to provide feedback on the entries and we will be asking the winners to briefly present their entries.
We may be able to open up places to this event nearer the time to students interested in a career in planning.
6.00 Introduction FutureRising/APG
6.05 Talk from head of the judging panel: Julia Chalfen, Head of Planning, Leo Burnett
Gold Award for Student:
A 6-week internship at Fallon and automatic fast-tracking to the final stage of recruitment for Leo Burnett’s graduate micro-agency, The Foundry.
Gold for Young Planner:
Win an APG Creative Strategy Award. This entry will be published in the APG Creative Strategy Awards book for 2015.
Silver and Bronze winners will get a certificate and their papers will be published on online for future inspiration.
6.45 Short talks: Examples of work x 3 and overall feedback
7.00 Announcement: Student/Grad Award winners
7.15 Announcement: Young Planner Award Winners
7.35 Closing remarks
8:30 End of event
We created FutureRising to help young talented people get into the creative industries. We provide the knowledge, the contacts and the opportunities to everyone in our network, regardless of their background. My talks generally help you put a process in place for finding contacts, internships and jobs to gain experience in the areas you're interested in and start a really exciting career.
Creative strategist at marketing and technology agency DigitasLBi. Currently spending most of my time as part of DIG (Digital Innovation Group) - a joint venture between AstraZeneca and DigitasLBi - tasked with discovering, reframing and helping to solve some of healthcare's biggest challenges.
I am a sociology graduate and planning intern at Now Advertising. At Now I am currently working on a project for a charity, creating strategic development for a new fundraising proposition. In my past work experience I have done everything from creating content ideas for Audi at BBH London, to writing blog posts and running the social media for a clothing startup, Muddy Puddles.
I couldn't be more delighted to be Chairing the judging panel for a new award for the APG. Firstly, to be contributing a new building block to this prestigious monument in the planning world is a great honour. Secondly, it speaks to two of my own passionate interests: raising the profile of a career in strategy and planning within the student talent pool, and celebrating the power of the creative thinking that our youngest strategists can already bring to the industry. The new APG Student and Young Planner Awards scheme seeks to enthuse and inspire young people to find out about a career in strategy, and to allow those in their first year of planning to demonstrate their creative thinking in front of some of the finest minds in the industry. We are providing them with an intriguing brief: refreshing the appeal of a 60 year old product for their own peer group.