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11 Jul, 2022

The long-awaited 2022 MACE Excellence Awards is here! You are invited to enter your projects/campaigns for this year’s awards programme. Entering the Excellence Awards gives you the opportunity to showcase the extraordinary work done by you and your team.

Entry time frame:

To qualify for submission, the project must be implemented, published, or broadcast between August 2021 and 30 September 2022 to qualify for submission. Long-term campaigns may be entered, but the focus must be on the elements rolled out from August 2021 to the day the entry was submitted in 2022. Entries that have won in previous years may not be resubmitted, except if they were part of a multi-year campaign and new elements were added within the time frame.

Entry fees and deadlines:

5 August 2022 2 September 2022 30 September 2022
R600 R750 R980

2022 MACE Excellence Awards: Call for Entries

2022 MACE Excellence Awards: Preparing for Excellence

2022 MACE Excellence Awards: MACE Campaigns entry form

2022 MACE Excellence Awards: MACE Media entry form

2022 MACE Excellence Awards: MACE Skills entry form

We look forward to receiving your entries.

Take care and stay safe!



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