Shrager Creative are sponsoring the Most Promising Female Creative Newcomer category, which is new for 2017, whilst Curious Productions have been announced as the sponsor of this year’s Photography categories.
An independent creative headhunting company representing talent within the advertising, integrated and digital communication sectors, Shrager Creative is a long term sponsor of the Creative Circle and the inaugural sponsor of the Most Promising Creative Newcomer category.
"Shrager Creative is so proud to be annual sponsors of The Creative Circle. It keeps us tuned in to the industry and provides a wonderful platform for creative camaraderie, with ad-land influencers supporting entry level talent. An inspiration to all… We’re big fans!" says Charlie Shrager, Founder of Shrager Creative.
Curious Productions is an independent creative production collective. Situated in the heart of Fitzrovia, their boutique studio is home to CGI and retouching artists, photographers and producers, all collaborating to craft Curious' creative output.
"I've worked closely with some of the best photographers in the industry over the last 25 years, so it's pretty special for Curious Productions to sponsor Best Photography at Creative Circle," comments Clive Biley, Creative Director of Curious Productions.
Jeremy Green, CEO of Creative Circle, adds: “The Creative Circle is delighted to welcome Curious Productions as sponsors of this year’s awards, alongside the return of our long term friends at Shrager Creative. Both companies wholeheartedly support our mission to work towards greater diversity in the creative departments of the future and we’re looking forward to working with our proud partners.”
As the Creative Circle aims to actively support greater diversity in the creative departments of the future, it has been revealed that 10% of all award entry fees and 100% of membership fees will go to the Creative Circle Foundation, furthering the awards body’s mission to unite Britain’s creative industry.
There's still time to register to be a Creative Circle judge. To be eligible you must be an employed creative working in the UK. Head over to the Creative Circle website
for more information.