Branding Awards From Austin-Based Agency: Brandworx

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Accolades From The Biggest And Brightest.

Competing in the world’s largest and arguably toughest advertising competitions really keeps us on top of our game. Agencies big, small and gigantic compete for these award honors, facing hard-core review by top-level creatives drawn from the ad industry’s most influential and respected organizations. Like Olympic medalists, when our work is awarded platinum, gold, silver or bronze – the judging panel has singled us out and ranked us in the world's top 1 through 4 positions above hundreds of other well known ad agencies who also want to be at the top.  Since entries come not only from advertising agencies in Austin, but all over the world: LA to New York, London, Paris, Rome, Tokyo to Singapore; these awards assure you that our work is vetted by the creative industry's most "critical" professional judges - who stake their own reputation when they choose our work above the others. The esteemed judges panels are in a relentless pursuit to recognize original ideas that showcase creative brilliance and real talent... and that's just another way our clients know BrandWorx is delivering the gold standard of Advertising, Branding, Creative and Design excellence.  In the last few years, we have won over 40 prestigious international awards - including garnering 11 Telly awards, 9 Hermes awards, 8 Summit awards, 4 Daveys awards and even some Addy's too. 

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The Telly Awards

This global competition honors the very best television commercials and programs, video and film productions; web commercials, videos and films.

Since 1978, the mission of the Telly Awards has been to strengthen the visual arts community by inspiring, promoting, and supporting creativity. The 27th Annual Telly Awards received over 13,000 entries from all 50 states and 5 continents. Telly Awards recognize the finest in creative work and winners include the most prestigious agencies, production companies, in-house creative departments and TV stations in the world.

Judges review entries against strict standards of excellence; entries do not compete against each other. Smaller companies and organizations and multinational companies vie for recognition under the same standards for the sleek Telly statuette, a trophy hand made by the same firm that produces the Oscar and the Emmy Awards. All Telly judges are past winners of the Silver Telly - the competition’s highest honor,and are top industry professionals who can expertly exercise the historical standards of the Telly competition.

The Telly is the largest and most prestigious award of its kind. It receives entries from all 50 states and 30 countries around the world –a truly global and diverse competition.

Pixie Awards

Honoring outstanding creativity in motion graphics & animation. 

The world of moving pixels has been magically transformed in just a few short years by highly innovative software and the people who create “pixel magic.” The Pixie Awards honors outstanding work in the fastest-growing area of the moving pixels industry, including Motion Graphics, Effects and Animation.

The Pixie Awards is sponsored by the American Pixel Academy, a coalition of professionals and educators in the pixel media. David E. Carter, Executive Director of the academy, is also the founder of the Telly® Awards and American Corporate Identity, and edited the Creativity Annual. Judging is done by professionals who have excelled in the moving pixel fields of animation, motion graphics and effects.

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The Hermes Creative Awards

This international competition for creative professionals focuses on the concept, writing and design of traditional materials and programs as well as emerging technologies. Hermes Creative Awards recognize outstanding work in the industry while promoting the philanthropic nature of marketing and communication professionals.

Judges are industry professionals who look for companies and individuals whose talent exceeds a high standard of excellence and whose work serves as a benchmark for the industry. 

The prestigious Hermes Platinum Award goes to those entries deemed to be among the most outstanding entries in the competition. Platinum awards recognize the highest level of excellence in terms of quality, creativity and resourcefulness.

The ADDY Awards

The Addy's have been described as the world’s largest and arguably toughest advertising competition. With over 60,000 entries annually from media of all types, creative of all sizes, and entrants of all levels from anywhere in the world, this is the ad industry’s mega competition in the U.S. and abroad. The competitions move up through levels and face hard-core review by creatives drawn from the ad industry’s largest professional organization, the American Advertising Federation.

The glamorous awards are tough to get; first because the ADDY competition is an industry-judged competition; top pros from the ad world review and judge for absolute top creative, applying standards of premiere creativity. And second, because entrants compete head to head despite their relative size, location and budget. Agencies big, small and gigantic compete for local, regional, national and international awards and the ADDY’s distinctive Gold, Silver, Bronze and International Addy trophies.

Summit Awards

Recognition for going beyond the expected. 

The Summit Awards organization is committed to furthering excellence in the international communications industry. Its rigorous awards competitions are dedicated to recognizing companies and individuals whose work reaches past what is required. The competition draws high interest from creatives in a spectrum of countries from Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Australia, Japan, North and South America and others.

The Summit organization has established itself as one of the leading arbiters of communication excellence. The Summit’s competitive awards program attracts top entries from companies and individuals from 50 countries on five continents in this truly global ad industry competition. Summit Award judges utilize rigorous evaluative criteria and blind judging processes designed to keep things anonymous in the interest of keeping creative excellence the sole standard of merit; its competitions seek to reward only those firms truly deserving of special recognition. These elegant and hard-earned trophies are tough to win. Of the 4,000+ entries submitted from around the world, the number of awards is strictly limited; fewer than 7% of all entries may earn either Bronze or Silver Summits; while 85 to 88% of all submitted entries receive no recognition. Only one gold award is give in each category and only when scoring qualifications are met; only five Best of Show awards are made.

The Davey Awards

Big agencies don’t have a corner on great creative; in fact, some of the freshest, biggest and best creative comes out of small organizations. Honoring that creative is what the Davey Awards is all about.

The Davey Awards is an international competition for smaller firms and agencies; it recognizes high-level creative excellence in advertising, marketing, design, film/video/media, graphic design, and commercial art and photography. Silver, gold and best of show awards are given in six mediums in an annual competition that brings entries from smaller, elite creative groups across the world.

The Davey is sanctioned and judged by the International Academy of the Visual Arts (IACVA), an invitation-only body consisting of top-tier professionals from a ‘Who’s Who’ of acclaimed media, advertising and marketing firms. IACVA members include execs from top companies such as Yahoo, MTV, The Ellen Degeneres Show, HBO, Sotheby’s Institute of Art and Wired magazine.