About The Adweek Project Isaac Awards
Celebrating invention in media, advertising & marketing and technology.
As the media, marketing and technology sectors continue to transform at a rapid pace, genuine invention, rather than innovation, has become crucial to advancing brands and businesses past the inertia of traditional models and modes.
Adweek Project Isaac Awards were conceived to cast a celebratory light on invention across all of Adweek’s areas of coverage. For a per-entry fee of $350, nominations will be accepted across 35 categories, divided into four brackets: Advertising & Marketing, Media, Digital and Best Practices. An independent panel of jurors will judge the submissions in two rounds. Winners, which may be an individual, team or department, in each category will be profiled in an invention-themed issue of Adweek and on Adweek.com.
About The Isaac+ Awards in partnership with kbs+
Partnering for the second year, Adweek and kbs+ will showcase the best student work in invention with Isaac+, the student award component of Project Isaac. Isaac+ is seeking the best student designed inventions, new products and concepts, that are expanding the realm of possibility and transforming media, advertising, marketing and technology.
Submissions will be judged on creativity, impact and feasibility.
The esteemed panel of Project Isaac jurors will select four student entries as Isaac+ finalists, awarding one with the overall grand prize, the Isaac+ Award. This winner will be given the opportunity to interview for a coveted internship with kbs+ during the Summer of 2015 with the goal of creating a prototype of their invention. For details see Student page under Entries.
Kirshenbaum Bond Senecal + Partners (kbs+) is the brand agency for an inventive world. We believe in the power of invention to drive exponential business results that gain competitive advantage for our clients. They are a full service agency with offices in New York, Toronto, Montreal and London. Our clients include BMW, Homegoods, Vanguard, Simmons and Harman among others.
Adweek, founded in 1978, and fully relaunched and redesigned in 2011, delivers vibrant and insightful, forward-thinking content via the traditional weekly print magazine, but also Adweek.com and Adweek on the iPad, that informs and engages the advertising, media and marketing professionals that have always been the brand's core audience.