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The only advertising competition that tests your creative consistency

1 min, 33 sec read
12:00 PM | 1 October 2014
by Lars Bjornbakk
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Lars Bjørnbakk discusses the Young Glory competition currently running and why you should enter.

To take on the 2012/13 season of Young Glory, Robert Glad and I teamed up under the name Glad & Bjørnbakk. We didn’t quite know what to expect but we were up for a challenge. 

We faced many obstacles (such as finding time and staying motivated) but passing each brief left us with better work, new knowledge and more hunger for success. A positive attitude and a desire to deliver great creative work led us to a third place that season. We failed and learned a lot, but we never gave up which is the key. 

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