Effie Awards Europe Announces 2023 Finalists
The Effies and the European Association of Communications Agencies have announced the finalists for its 2023 Effie Awards Europe competition. This year, the Positive Change categories garnered the highest number of shortlisted entries, with brands being acknowledged for their commitment to promoting social and environmental good.
Among the finalists, 40 were shortlisted in the general competition and 42 in the Best of Europe track. The finalists come from a range of agencies from Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands, Türkiye, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom.
Over 140 industry professionals from more than 20 European countries contributed their time and insight to identify the most effective work of the year. This year’s jury is co-chaired by Ayesha Walawalkar, Chief Strategy Officer, Mullenlowe Group UK, and Catherine Spindler, Deputy CEO of LACOSTE. Meet the Jury. The award levels — Grand, Gold, Silver, and Bronze — will be announced at the Effie Awards Gala on 5 December in Brussels.
The Effie Awards Gala is part of the Effie Day to celebrate ideas that work. During the day, participants will have the opportunity to learn more about creative effectiveness and dive deep into the makings of outstanding cases during the Effie Effectiveness Forum. The Gala will be dedicated not only to celebrating the Awards but also to enjoying an evening of networking, team spirit, and honouring effectiveness in all its forms.
The Effie Awards Europe are organised by the European Association of Communications Agencies (EACA) in partnership with Kantar as the Strategic Insights Partner, Google, The European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance (EDAA), ACT Responsible, Adforum.com, OneTec&Eventattitude, and The Hoxton Hotel.