Welcome to this step-by-step guide to Eurobest, Europe's largest creative communication awards show. It aims to answer everything from how to craft your entry to what happens if you win an Award. If, after reading it, you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Entries are now open. To be eligible, your work must have run between 16 August 2022 and 19 October 2023. To avoid late fees, submit your entries before 21 September 2023. Check out our dates and fees page to find out more.
The first step in entering your work is figuring out (a) if it’s eligible and (b) where. This means getting to know the Rules and Eligibility, all of which can be found in Entry Kits 1, 2 and 3.
We have a range of helpful resources available to help with crafting your entry, from interviews with former Jurors to examples of winning work.
Once you feel confident with your category selection, it’s time to think about how best to tell the story of your entry. The entry itself can be broken down into two main elements: the written submission and supporting material.
Once you’ve got everything together, you’ll need to add all of the material to the entry system. No changes can be made once you have clicked "Checkout". Please only check out when your entry is 100% complete.
To avoid late fees, submit your entries in before 21 September 2023. The final deadline is 19 October 2023.
After you check out your entry, each piece of work is reviewed multiple times by our Awards team before it gets to the Jury. If there are any issues, a member of the team will be in touch.
Don't forget to add the names of the individuals involved in the work in the Creative Credits section. You can update this up to, and including, 18 December 2023.
You'll also be able to add in any information about any sustainability efforts or initiatives that centred around the representation of the team involved.
This information is collated by LIONS to evaluate best practice across the production and distribution of creative work.
The first stage of judging involves looking through each piece of work to establish a shortlist.
Once the shortlist has been established, each Jury, guided by their Jury President, reviews and debates it before voting on which entries should be awarded a Bronze, Silver or Gold Lion and finally the Grand Prix.
Look out for our Eurobest Creativity Report and Inside the Jury Room content in December.