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Berghs School of Communication duo breaks record in Young Glory 2018/19 Season'
Press Release July 1st 2019
Sweden’s Teodor Fjäll & Viktor Einarsson were recently crowned the most ‘creatively consistent’ students in world by international creative competition Young Glory.
Dubbed ‘the Tour de France of creativity’, Young Glory tests creative teams over 8 long months, with 8 different briefs supplied and judged by 8 different creative leaders from all corners of the globe.
This season’s judges came from organisations including Google (San Fransisco), Leo Burnett (Chicago), DPZ&T (Sao Paulo), Isobar (Sydney), Kult (Sydney) and TAXI (Montreal).
The Berghs School of Communication duo broke the Young Glory record for total points scored (249) by a student team in a single season. The full leaderboard can be viewed here.
Fjäll and Einarsson celebrated their win by flying to C2 Montréal, where they presented their winning concepts in front of the conference’s global crowd (see pics below).
‘Berghs students have always been phenomenally competitive since Young Glory began in 2011, but Teodor and Viktor’s efforts this season were truly extraordinary,” said Young Glory Co-Founder Brendan Graham.
“Nearly every single judge that came across their work this year decided to award them for at least one, and often for multiple, ideas. To achieve this again and again each round is something they can be very proud of. They have a bright future ahead of them.”
The next season of Young Glory begins September 1, 2019. For more information visit youngglory.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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