The Young Lions Media Competition challenge your team, the brightest professional minds working in agencies, to demonstrate your strategic thinking and innovative approaches to solving an important marketing challenge to drive critical business success.
The client – a charity or non-profit organisation – briefs the teams providing the objectives and target audience.
Your team will then need to develop ideas that would lead to a successful media strategy, showing both innovative media selection as well as their creative uses.
In a five-minute presentation, you will demonstrate your work in English to a media jury.
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Come to get a brief and get answers to all your questions about a challenge and a client organisation.
Live Presentations followed by
Winners Annoncement & Feedback Session
Demonstrate your work in a five-minute to a jury and persuade them how good you are. Then enjoy your success, and discuss (not only) your work.
Get intensive training and take an active part in workshops helping you become even greater than you are.
Visit Cannes, enjoy the festival, boost your creativity and fight for a gold medal in the Young Lions world finale.
How it Works
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The fee is 8.600 CZK (+VAT) per team.
Competition brief focus on charitable, not-for-profit and CSR objectives. All submitted ideas created in the competitions will be made available to the respective charity to incorporate into their marketing campaign.
A brief is revealed to competitors as competition commences during a briefing session. It is presented by a client and a president of a jury.
Each team consists of two young professionals working in media agencies or in-house media departments in agencies or as freelancers.
All Young Lions taking part in the competitions must be 30 years of age or younger, born on or after 25 June 1986. A good understanding of spoken and written English is essential.