General informationWhat is Mi:t&Links Baltic Communication awards?
“Mi:t&links. Baltic Communication Awards” is the most important communications event in the Baltic Sea region and its neighbouring countries for over 10 years. It offers the greatest challenges for industry professionals.
Application processWho can apply?
The Competition is open to all parties involved in communication management (such as private
company’s and public sector in-house PR/Communication departments, PR and communication agencies,
digital, event, creative agencies, freelancers, etc.) from the from all countries of the world.
During the submission period, there are three deadlines
- Early Birds 20.12.2019
- Regular 15.01.2020
- Late 31.01.2020
Keep in mind, submitting your cases later means you will have to pay extra for submitting the applications.
All campaigns submitted for the Competition must be intended for implementation, and the campaign must have been predominantly implemented between January 1, 2019, and December 31, 2019. The only exemption is “Issue and Crisis” category where submitted campaigns can be implemented between January 1, 2015, till December 31, 2019 (however, only entries previously not submitted to the Competition will be accepted).How many categories can I apply for?
One Project can be entered in up to a maximum of three different categories. The Entrant must supply a separate entry form and set of materials for each entry and pay for all submitted entries. You must also tailor each entry to suit the category you are entering rather than submit the same entry in multiple categories.What formats are accepted for the upload materials?
For each entry, you must supply a visual presentation board on one page as a summary of the entry in the following formats:
Judging processWho is in the jury?
There are 20 members in the Competition's jury - four from Latvia, four from Estonia, 4 from Lithuania, and four international members - from business, state administration, academical environment, creative industries and non-governmental organizations.How are the applications/cases evaluated?