The Creative Circle announced the winners of its 2023 awards at a ceremony in Dreamland, Margate last night.

Apple took home the coveted Gold of Gold award for its powerful campaign, ‘The Greatest’, which showcased the brand’s commitment to accessibility through technology that supports people living with vision, hearing, mobility or cognitive disabilities. The campaign was created in association with production house Somesuch and edited by Trim.

Uncommon Creative Studio was named Most Creative Agency for the fourth year in a row, the title of Most Creative Production Company went to Biscuit Filmworks, whilst Electric Theatre Collective was named Most Creative Post Production Company for the third consecutive year.

Most Creative Editing House went to Final Cut, and Most Creative Sound Design company was awarded to 750mph. The Most Creative Music Video Production Company went to Caviar.

The Creative Circle President’s Award, which recognises a person or organisation that has had the greatest impact on advertising this year, was awarded to Libby Brockhoff.

Jeremy Green, Managing Director of the Creative Circle and Founder of UKCF, comments, “Every year, our jurors set the bar higher and higher, and this year was incredibly tough. The calibre of entries was exceptional and thanks to close scrutiny from our judges, the 2023 winners are a reflection of some of the greatest creative talent the UK has to offer right now. But, more importantly, our goal at the Creative Circle Awards is not only to celebrate our industry but to close the circle and use the UKCF, Creative Circle Awards and the Creative Foundation as a platform to create greater inclusivity for the next generation. A huge thanks to all who support this work by purchasing tickets and donating to the foundation – all of which goes towards funding our student cohort at UKCF. Without the support of these great companies, our work would not be possible.”

Once again, Creative Circle had pledged 10% of all award entry fees and 100% of membership fees to support greater diversity in the creative departments of the future through the Creative Foundation. The UK Creative Festival is also pledging its profits to the Creative Foundation.

Jon Creamer

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