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Announcing June’s Young & Awesome winners

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13:15 PM | 27 June 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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The latest winners of the SheSays competition Young & Awesome have been revealed. They are Natalie & Lucy and Tash Kahn.

A huge congratulations to the winners. Be sure to check out their portfolios if you’re on the hunt for some top notch young creative talent.

The Young & Awesome showcase was set up to highlight female talent in the advertising industry but also to help this talent grow and make the industry better and more equal. If you’re a young women or have one in your team, it’s well worth entering Young & Awesome to get your work showcased to the creative industries.

Young & Awesome runs every two months and is judged by a new guest creative director each time. June's showcase was judged by Fred Roberto, the award winning creative director at JAM.

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