Finish top of the table and be rewarded.

Each year Young Glory aims to supply the overall first place team in both the Professional and Student category with a career-enhancing prize.

Last year's winners (from Singapore and Russia) went to the C2 conference in Montréal, Canada.

Check out their experience in the video below and stay tuned to hear what the 2015/16 Season's prize will be.

News release: August 4, 2014

Young Glory Partners with C2 Montréal
Winners of the 2014/15 Young Glory Season will be sent to the Montréal conference as honorary guests. 
 

A new partnership between global creative consistency platform Young Glory and commercial creativity conference C2 Montréal has been officially announced.

The collaboration will see the two organizations join forces in identifying, guiding and rewarding the world's best up-and-coming creative thinkers from around the world.

Young Glory's monthly creative challenges will now be structured around business and societal issues that will be key themes at the C2 Montréal 2015 conference.  After 8 months of these briefs (beginning September 1st, 2014), Young Glory's overall winners will then be flown to Montreal to be crowned at the $10 Million event (May 26-28, 2015), which attracts over 2,000 C-level executives from more than 40 countries and will feature Kevin Spacey as this year's keynote speaker. 

"C2 Montréal is the perfect partner to Young Glory," said Young Glory co-founder Brendan Graham. "Our winners prove themselves over 8 months, across 8 different challenges set by 8 judges with differing criteria and opinions. A metal statue doesn't do that achievement justice. Being able to further your professional development at an internationally recognized conference does."

"We've been working with Young Glory for a couple of years, and have been impressed with the quality of the ideas these guys have brought to the table. Pushing our partnership further was the logical step forward, and we're delighted to see them become part of our program." said Martin Enault, VP of Partnership and Technology of C2 Montréal.

This partnership is the result of a steadily growing relationship between Young Glory and C2 Montréal. In 2013 Young Glory participants from Brisbane, Australia and San Francisco, U.S.A flew to Montreal to present their ideas to Sir Richard Branson. While last year, Young Glory co-founder Rafik Belmesk and judge Graham Douglas presented participant-sourced ideas for ways to increase bone marrow donor registrations. 

 Young Glory judge Graham Douglas on stage at C2 Montreal.

Young Glory judge Graham Douglas on stage at C2 Montreal.

Anyone can participate in Young Glory and Memberships for the 2014/15 are available now at youngglory.com/membership

 Young Glory winners at C2 Montreal in 2013, solving a brief set by Sir Richard Branson.

Young Glory winners at C2 Montreal in 2013, solving a brief set by Sir Richard Branson.

 

About C2 Montréal

C2 Montréal is an immersive three-day event that appeals as much to the left half of your brain as it does to the right through a vast array of non-traditional experiences. World-renowned speakers, interactive exhibits, collaborative workshops and a collective experience all take place within a custom-designed Innovation Village built exclusively for the event by C2 Montréal .

C2 Montréal  unites the cream of the international business crop and works to stimulate creative and even visionary thinking to commercial problems. This is encouraged through an immersive environment that fosters collaboration and the emergence of innovative business solutions. C2 Montréal  was founded and Imagined by the Sid Lee creative agency in collaboration with Founding Partner Cirque du Soleil, Leadership Partner Microsoft, and Content and Media Partner Fast Company magazine.

 

About Young Glory

Young Glory is the only worldwide platform devoted to creative consistency. Each month, it gives students and professionals the chance to respond to a challenge set by a different industry leader from around the world.

Young Glory judges have included luminaries from companies like AKQA, Wieden+Kennedy, R/GA, BBH, Ogilvy, JWT, TBWA, 72andSunny, CP+B and SID LEE. Its briefs have tackled everything from ending the war on drugs, to fixing Islam's image problem in America, to making Australian bank accounts more interesting.

Young Glory was founded by Brendan Graham and Rafik Belmesk in 2011.