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Driven Creativity Competition

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General, by Adam Smith

G-Technology Driven Creativity awards offers the chance to win big prizes.

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G-Technology is kicking off its search for the most inspiring and creative projects in the UK through its 2013 Driven Creativity Competition.

This annual competition, open to both professionals and amateurs, recognises and supports artists’ hard work and creative passion in five categories.

These include animation, music, photography, short film and GoPro Active.

What can you win?

Well, the 2013 Driven Creativity overall winner will be selected from all categories, both professional and amateur, and will be awarded €5,000 to use toward their next creative project.

You’ll also receive the new G-Technology G-DOCK ev with Thunderbolt storage system.

A professional winner, an amateur winner and a runner-up will be selected from each of the categories: animation, music, photography and short film.

The category winners and runners-up will all receive high-performance, premium external storage solutions from G-Technology’s range of products designed for creative professionals.

Driven Creativity Competition

How do you enter?

Entry is free and open to residents in United Kingdom, France, Germany, Ireland, Netherlands and Russia, and only original work created is eligible for submission.

The entry period closes at midnight on October 29, 2013, with the category winners and runners-up announced on November 8 2013.

Full competition rules and terms and conditions can be found at www.g-technology.eu/competition/en/rules_en

The 2013 Driven Creativity Competition will be judged by a panel of creative industry experts, and the overall winner will be announced on 15 November 2013.

The panel of judges will include G-Technology G-TEAM ambassadors who will contribute hints and tips to the entrants about what they will and won’t be looking for in each submission, reflecting on what creative techniques and projects inspire them.