NOMINATIONS ARE NOW OPEN FOR THE IDÉA AND NUMIX AWARDS
It’s time to submit your projects!
“The two Award Shows team up for the creative industry.”
Montreal, December 12, 2019 – The A2C and Xn Québec invites agencies, advertisers, producers, and digital content creators in the creative communications and digital industries to submit their projects for the Idéa and NUMIX Awards today.
Even though these two Award Shows are separate and are meant to showcase different categories of projects, they both exist within a common creative ecosystem. That’s why this year, they are teaming up to offer a special discount for combined entries. Applications sent to both Award shows will benefit from a 15% discount on the NUMIX AWARDS registration platform on numix.ca.
Idéa Awards: a highly anticipated first edition
Agencies, studios, advertisers and producers are invited to submit their advertising, design, digital, technology, business results, strategy, and craft projects. Every entry must be received by January 31, 2020. For the media projects, the submission period will run from January 6 to February 21, 2020. One additional week will be granted if physical and electronic components need to be sent. Please note that no extension will be allowed this year in any discipline.
One jury per discipline – made up of recognized professionals from the creative communications industry – will evaluate the projects submitted. Jury Chairs will be announced in January.
A document outlining the application process and categories is available online at bit.ly/guidedusoumissionnaire.
For more information or to submit: www.concoursidea.ca
NUMIX AWARDS: launch of the 11th edition
At the same time, producers and content creators in Quebec’s digital creativity industry will be able to submit their innovative projects for the NUMIX AWARDS. Supported by Xn Québec and its partners, this contest rewards creative teams who come up with new ways of telling stories by inviting the general public to take part in outstanding interactive and immersive experiences.
Catalina Briceño will chair the jury made up of about 30 carefully selected experts. Recognized as an outstanding communicator and force for mobilization, Ms. Briceño has 20 years of experience in supporting media and cultural organizations in their processes of developing and deploying digital transformation, innovation, and diversification initiatives.
This year, the NUMIX AWARDS team will be supported by an ambassador committee from the digital creativity industry in order to ensure the fairness of the categories and the objectivity of the criteria for selecting projects: La Guilde, l’Alliance numérique, la Société des musées du Québec (SMQ), MAPP_MTL, les Rencontres internationales du documentaire de Montréal (RIDM), the Forum IMG de MUTEK and Synthèse — Pôle Image Québec.
From December 12 to February 9, applicants will be able to submit their project in one of the eight following categories: marketing and communications, youth and family, video game, podcast, web series, documentary, interactive and immersive cultural experience, and student development.
For more information or to submit: numix.ca.
About the Idéa
The Association of Creative Communications Agencies (A2C), in partnership with the Conseil des directeurs médias du Québec (CDMQ) and the Société des designers graphiques du Québec, has launched a new award show representing a wide array of disciplines of the creative communications sector. www.concoursidea.ca
About the A2C
The A2C is the voice of almost 70 agencies in Quebec of different sizes, configurations, and specialties, but
all with one thing in common: a commitment to creative communications. Its members generate more than
80% of the industry’s revenues in Quebec and contribute to the success of companies here and abroad. Our
passion is reflected in various initiatives that aim to guide these companies and in this way we aim to ensure
vitality and excellence within the entire industry. For more information, visit www.a2c.quebec/en.
About the SDGQ
The Société des designers graphiques du Québec (SDGQ) was created in 1972. It is a professional
organization that promotes graphic design in Quebec and contributes to its members’ professional and
About the CDMQ
The CDMQ’s mission is to be a point of convergence of opinions and information, an organization that defends
the interests of advertisers/agencies, and a promotion and stimulation tool for media. For more information,
About the NUMIX AWARDS
Since 2010, the NUMIX AWARDS have recognized the excellence of multimedia productions in Quebec. As
the only event honouring original digital content, the NUMIX AWARDS Gala is the largest gathering of digital
producers in Quebec. This peer recognition via different juries comprised of professionals from the cultural
and digital industry makes the NUMIX AWARDS a special moment that goes beyond mere competition. Each
edition takes the form of a forum where producers and artists can meet, share, think critically about the year’s
productions, observe current trends and in the process, pave the way for unprecedented developments. Over
time, the NUMIX AWARDS Gala has become a breeding place for ideas and innovation. numix.ca
About Xn Québec
The Digital Experiences Producers Association Xn Quebec brings together the key players of Quebec’s digital
creation industry, namely more than 130 studios specializing in the production of content for various
technological platforms. Since 2000, the association has acted as a catalyst to develop, consolidate, and raise
the profile of the companies making up the ecosystem of creative industries through a variety of inclusive and
rallying activities and events, such as the Forum Xn and the NUMIX AWARDS. www.xnquebec.co
For additional information:
Marketing Communications Advisor
Association of Creative Communications Agencies (A2C)
514 848-1732 ext. 201 | email@example.com
514 616-3549 | firstname.lastname@example.org