The Spikes Asia Awards, proudly supported by the C4As, are Asia Pacific's accolade for excellence in creative communications, celebrating the very best in creativity across the region. The 2018 winners were announced at the Spikes Asia Awards Ceremony on 28 September at Marina Bay Sands Theatre, Singapore.
Running for 33 years the Spikes Asia Awards are APAC’s biggest creativity awards. As the benchmark of creative excellence in the region, the stringent processes used to judge and recognise the Spikes Asia Awards will now receive further verification from PwC who will provide independent assurance to validate these rigorous procedures and provide greater transparency. The partnership with PwC reaffirms the prestige and scale the Awards have achieved in recent years. A copy of the 2018 Spikes Asia Assurance Report will be available after the Festival.
These resources are here to guide you through the entry process, giving you everything you need to prepare your submissions for the Awards. Please note, Spikes Asia 2018 is now closed for entries.
All the information and help you need to enter.
See the dates to remember and what it costs to enter.
Browse through the important points to remember when entering.
View the special awards and what it takes to be eligible to win.
How to contact us if you need some help entering.
The Young Spikes Competitions are aimed at creatives who are aged 30 or under and employed in advertising and communications businesses in a skill discipline relevant to their chosen competition.
The Young Spikes Competitions provide Asia Pacific's next generation of creative talent a unique chance to gain recognition and make their mark on the industry.
Creatives aged 30 or under have the chance to make their mark and show the industry what they’re made of. They’ll put their creativity to the test, answering a brief set by a charity or non-profit and working to a tight deadline.
Teams have 48 hours to come up with a fully integrated campaign in response to a brief before demonstrating how it can be launched and executed.
Teams are challenged to use their business insight and strategy skills to develop an innovative media strategy and plan with 24 hours.
Teams have 24 hours to develop an integrated social media campaign and competitors are judged on their ability to use social media inventively.
Teams of PR professionals craft a PR strategy that connects with the organisations’ brand value, engages with the public and builds relations with relevant stake holders.
Students are asked to create a poster in response to a brief and the winner selected by the jury will invited to experience the festival first-hand.
Teams of two are challenged to create a campaign solution using HP print solutions in response to the Young Spikes Design competition brief.