The Immortal Awards is delighted to announce The Public House as the Irish partner for this year’s competition.
Following their hugely successful introduction last year, The Immortal Awards will once again feature local, country-based juries that feed into regional rounds of judging. Ensuring creativity from across the globe is judged properly and equally, the local rounds give every market and region a platform on the global stage. Ireland’s jury day, which will decide which work from the market qualifies for the regional European round of judging, will be supported by The Public House.
Having successfully taken judging sessions online for the past two years, the Immortal Awards will be returning to in-person judging days, where possible, at the end of the year to determine 2022’s winners.
Matt Cooper, Founder and CEO, Little Black Book comments: “Personally, I’m totally thrilled that The Public House are sponsoring the Irish jury. Ireland is a country we at LBB have worked incredibly closely with since our conception. We have seen the work evolve and grow, we’ve seen global awards come out of the country as the whole business just shifts and changes. There is world class creative, production and post in Ireland and we can’t wait to see what comes out in judging this year.”
Colin Hart, Executive Creative Director and Founder, The Public House says: “The Immortal Awards have a fresh, renewed focus on awarding the work that is simply the best within its locality with none of the complications or ego trends of some of the bigger award shows. We are big fans of keeping things simple and interesting, living up to our values of ‘Boring doesn’t sell’ and letting the work speak for itself, so we are very happy to partner with the Immortal Awards here in Ireland to help showcase true cultural relevance but with global standards.”
Catrióna Campbell, Managing Director, The Public House adds: “Creative award shows can seem two a penny but we love the Immortals for its purity and focus on unforgettable ideas that are truly game-changing. We love that, unlike other award shows, there aren’t hundreds of categories and instead the emphasis is on the work just speaking for itself. Delighted to be working with Paul, Matt and the team to grow the awards in Ireland.”
Paul Monan, Awards Director, The Immortal Awards comments: “Last year’s Irish jury day was packed with tough discussions over great work. Ireland is a market that is punching above its weight on the global stage and has really stepped up its creative output in recent years. We want the Immortals to continue driving these conversations and inspire the market to keep pushing the bar higher. We’re thrilled to be partnering with Catrióna [Campbell], Colin [Hart] and the rest of the crew to showcase to the world the very best of Irish creativity, and we can’t wait to be judging in person this year.”
The Immortal Awards entry system is now open, with entry into the competition free for all Little Black Book members. If you’re not yet a member and want to enter The Immortal Awards 2022, you can join Little Black Book here