Ideas of the Year 2012
14th January 2013
Everyone loves a great PR stunt, and 2012 was no stranger to some pretty weird, and downright wonderful, examples. Off the back of his regular stunt-related contributions to our site, James Gordon-MacIntosh and PRmoment will be publishing Ideas of the Year: a year of impropaganda. This book aims to highlight the most creative PR ideas of 2012. Want to be included? Well you can be. We’re looking to you to send in your best campaigns, ideas and stunts that ran between November 2011 and December 2012. All you need to do is fill in and return our Ideas of the Year 2012 entry form by January 25th (and you can include as many examples of work as you wish!). Remember, we’re looking for fun and forward-thinking examples, not for award-winners. It'll be judged by an all-star jury, including Andrew Bloch (founder of Frank PR) and Mike Mathieson (CEO of Cake Group), alongside some others to be announced. At the end of that process, we will be publishing the book containing around 100 of the best entries. We’re even going to celebrate the launch with an event, details of which will follow nearer the time. We're really looking forward to seeing your finest work of the last year, so what are you waiting for? Get your entries in! Entries are now closed, submissions have been judged and we will reveal the winning ideas soon.