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Calling all young and awesome women

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15:47 PM | 3 April 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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SheSays, the global creative network for women, run this fantastic Young & Awesome initiative. Championing young talent, Young & Awesome sets out to show off the very best creative work around, helping to kick start your career in the industry.

Is there a prize? Yes, feedback from senior Creative Directors, and a creative showcase on the SheSays site for the best portfolios. SheSays will also promote, tweet and shout about your work. Previous winners include Ran and Max, Charli & Laura and Amanda & Lily.

Even if you don't win, you'll still get that valuable feedback on your work so you can improve it and enter again. So it's worth really engaging with Young & Awesome to get as much out of it as you can.

You are free to submit your work whenever you like and winners are chosen every two months.

This one is a no brainer as far as we are concerned. If you are a young female creative duo (or have at least one in your team), submit your portfolio at Young & Awesome's website.

FutureRising will also make some noise about the winners too so let us know if you win!

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