The Immortal Awards is delighted to announce Whitehouse Post will remain as the North American sponsor of this year’s competition for the second year running.
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. North America’s regional competition - which sees the Finalists from Canada and the US battle it out for a place in the global final - will be supported by Whitehouse Post.
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.
David Brixton, managing partner of Whitehouse Post, comments: “We’ve always enjoyed working with Little Black Book and are proud to support the Immortal Awards again this year. After a trying few years, during which we’ve seen our industry rise to the challenge, it’s more important than ever to recognise North American creativity and everything we have collectively achieved and overcome. It’s been inspiring to see everyone come together and continue making stellar work, often against all odds, and now we look forward to honouring and celebrating the work. It’s a high bar, and always very interesting to see what work triumphs.”
Matt Cooper, CEO of Little Black Book, adds: “North America has always led the way when it comes to creativity and the work we see from the region is some of the world's very best. It's a market of huge importance for us at Little Black Book and The Immortal Awards, and this relationship will help us to keep pushing the region's work to a global audience and hopefully keep North Americans raising the creative bar."
Paul Monan, awards director, comments: “We’re so excited to be continuing our partnership with Whitehouse Post this year and are grateful for their support in what has been testing times for the global industry. Last year’s North American competition was a great success, with the introduction of the local US and Canadian judging days allowing us to shine a spotlight on even more creative work from the region than ever. We look forward to judging the region’s work again this year and can’t wait to head back into the jury room - rather than the jury Zoom - in person, all thanks to the support from the team at Whitehouse Post.”
The Immortal Awards entry system will open at the end of March, 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