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Circle Ball 2014

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11:00 AM | 25 February 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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Creative Circle are putting on the advertising industry's oldest advertising event, the Circle Ball next month, an award show evening that promises to be an amazing night.

There are a lot of perks to working in the creative industries. One of those is the award shows, where the booze, good times and recognition for creative excellence flow freely.

The next such award show is the Circle Ball. On 13th March, the advertising industry will be squeezing into Camden’s Roundhouse for what promises to be "the best party in the advertising calendar". We can't wait.

The Creative Circle Awards are the oldest awards body in the advertising industry. Last year's winners include Matt Gooden and Ben Walker (the executive creative directors over at Crispin Porter + Bogusky) who earned the president's award, and BBH who were awarded the Gold of Golds for their "Don't cover it up" work.

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