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ENTRIES FOR THE JASMINE AWARDS 2017 ARE NOW CLOSED.
THE JASMINE AWARDS 2017
The Jasmine Awards, the premier awards for journalists writing on the subject of fragrance.
Wednesday March 15th
Venue: BAFTA - 195 Piccadilly, London, W1J 9LN
Time: 8.45am- 10.30am
JASMINE AWARDS CATEGORIES 2017
The Jasmine Literary Award for the Best Article over 800 words in a magazine or news press (with a circulation of over 50,000)
The Jasmine Visual Award - presented for the best visualization of an article on the subject of fragrance (must carry more than 300 words).
The Jasmine Award for Most Creative Visual – no specific word count
The Jasmine Soundbite Award for the best short article in a magazine, minimum 300 words (with a circulation of over 50,000)
The Jasmine Soundbite Award for the best short article in news press, minimum 300 words (with a circulation of over 50,000)
The Jasmine Award for Best Practical Guide to Fragrance – any length (print or online)
The Jasmine Award for Best Article in a Customer/'House' magazine – any length
The Jasmine Digital Award - judged on excellence in writing and originality. (For online articles written for mainstream press)
The Jasmine Award for Best Digital Fragrance Experience – judged on creativity, style and content (For online articles)
The Jasmine Independent Voice Soundbite Award - judged on excellence in writing and originality for either a printed or digital piece, not writing for mainstream press. Minimum 300 words.
The Jasmine Independent Voice Literary Award - judged on excellence in writing and originality for either a printed or digital piece, not writing for mainstream press. Over 800 words
The Jasmine ‘Rising Star’ Award
The ‘Rising Star’ competition is open to anyone aged 25 or under who is embarking on a career in beauty & fragrance journalism, either in training or in their first paid employment. This can include print or online media Candidates must write a news report of between 500 and 700 words about a subject you feel most passionate about it perfumery; whether it be a memory, a trend you’ve noticed, an ingredient, a place…