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APG 2015 Student and Young Planner Awards
This brief is open to any student in their final year of university and young planners with less than 2 years work experience. The brief is for McDonald's.
Win an internship at one of the most exciting initiatives we know, Crowdwish. Simply come up with something inspiring.
Mindshare: Huddle Competition
Mindshare is hosting its fourth annual future-facing Huddle festival. There are six Huddle slots up for grabs – simply submit a short proposal for your idea.
Tommy: Anchorman 2
Students need to submit their creative response to the Anchorman 2 brief. The best idea will win a month long paid internship with This is Tommy. Open to all students.
Wallace and Kogan's assessment of creativity
Practising these kinds of tests will help you improve your creative problem solving abilities.
If you're interested in being a planner or a strategist, this challenge will help you get to grips with the role.
Features versus benefits
Two of the most important concepts in advertising and marketing. Can you identify which is which?
Divergent thinking and paper clips
Divergent thinking tests can help you improve your ability to generate a variety of creative ideas.