Call for Jury members
Become a Jury member for the Digital Communication Awards 2016
The sixth Digital Communication Awards are approaching. We are looking to recruit the brightest in-house communication professionals across Europe to judge the the most innovative projects and campaigns in digital communications.* Become part of the #DCA2016 Jury
Send in your application – see the requirements at the end of this page.
Could it be you?
As a Jury member you will evaluate projects submitted for the current competition period (commencing March 2016) in an online voting (June/July). You will assess projects and campaigns from various categories according to their innovative potential, creativity, strategy, implementation as well as the results they gained. In a one-day Jury meeting in Berlin, the shortlisted candidates will present their cases to you. Ready for the job?
What’s in for you?
Becoming a DCA Jury member means gaining detailed insights into manifold campaigns and projects from all across Europe. See for yourself and take a look at our short- and winnerlist 2015. You will leave Berlin with an array of new impressions and inspirations for your work. The Jury duty includes an invitation to the gala-ceremony in Berlin, where the winners will be announced. Network and get acquainted with leading communication professionals.
Got what it takes to become a DCA Judge?
Are you an inhouse professional in the field of digital communications? Have you led a team or have acured years of experience in the digital communications industry? If you care about nurturing talent and building positive perceptions of the digital communications community, we want to hear from you. Send us a short application(email@example.com). We don’t require a detailed CV – just send an email, outline your experiences in the field of digital communications and tell us what you could add to the Digital Communication Awards Jury.
Take a look at our DCA 2015 review and get ready to judge the DCAs 2016
*excempt are communication professionals from agencies