Why enter?


Campaign is the world’s leading business media brand serving the advertising community, and Campaign Big is its flagship Award championing creativity in advertising. Campaign Big is all about celebrating the best of British.

As the industry looks forward to the new world and business environment after lockdown, it is more important than ever to celebrate success, and champion teams behind it. Employers are looking for ways to maintain a strong culture for the business, and winning awards is one way of doing so. 
Here’s why you should enter this year’s Campaign Big awards:
  • Shortlisted entrants and winners will receive coverage across CampaignLive.co.uk and in press. Campaign’s audience includes 961 thousand monthly website unique users, 2.4 million page views and distributes 8.4 thousand magazines.


  • Winning a Campaign Big Awards can help open the door to a pitch. It impresses current clients and helps to win new clients - clients like working with award winning agencies.


  • Our judging panel is purely made up of the very best creatives from UK ad land. We are focusing on the great strides forward the industry has taken in diversity and inclusion and we are striving for our judging panel to reflect this. If you’d like to nominate a judge, you can do so here. 


  • In a marketing place with dominant agencies, our Awards provide a wide variety of categories for all agencies, large and small, so that agencies that deliver the best work get the recognition they deserve. Make sure that you check out our new categories by downloading our entry kit here.


  • Campaign Big has over 100 unique agencies entering each year, representing the very best in the industry  - make sure you are one of them.


Ultimately, winning a Campaign Big Award will result in...


  • Setting your agency apart from competitors and gets you on the pitch list

  • Boosts team and agency morale by recognising and rewarding members of staff

  • Promotes the profile of your agency in the industry and also amongst brand owners