The Editors & Publishers International Creative Awards
Past epica days
16 August 2017
After Buzzman, the ground-breaking French agency, comes its spin-off unit Productman. Why has the agency turned its attention to design? We chat to vice-president Thomas Granger.
01 August 2017
The only global creative awards judged by journalists who are specialists in their field, the Epica Awards allow agencies to show their work to a unique group of people who can spread the word about their creative talent. The awards cover advertising, design, PR and digital.
03 July 2017
The Paris outpost of Canadian agency Sid Lee has always been considered something of an outlier in the French advertising landscape. Here Alex Pasini, SVP Global Alliances, explains its evolution into a force to be reckoned with.
13 June 2017
Putting the consumer at the core: Beck's and its agency Serviceplan talk about the process that led to the brand's youth-oriented campaign, "You make it legendary."
08 June 2017
Stop Funding Hate co-founder Richard Wilson will speak at the Epica Creative Circle in Berlin this November. Here he explains how social media, viral video and crowd funding are pursuading advertisers to stop supporting newspapers that incite hatred against minority groups.
30 May 2017
Cloudfactory's Sandrine Huijgen made an unusual journey from client to creative, and from storyteller to "story doer". Click here to find out how she and her team are helping brands make a positive contribution.
15 May 2017
Travelling should be about new people and places rather than stress and hassle. With this in mind, Buenos Aires start-up Bluesmart is creating "smart luggage". These connected cases can make at least part of your journey less painful.
03 May 2017
The Epica Creative Showcase arrived in Berlin on May 3rd, together with a round table discussion about the influence of the workplace on creativity. The event was sponsored by Adobe and hosted by WeWork at its brand new collaborative space in Potsdamer Platz.
29 April 2017
The Epica Creative Showcase in Paris on April 18 was preceded by a fascinating round table debate about the influence of the workplace on creativity. The event was sponsored by Adobe Stock and hosted by WeWork at its brand new collaborative space in rue La Fayette.