Staff Reporters
Dec 12, 2013

2013 Agency of the Year / Network of the Year winners

SINGAPORE - Campaign Asia-Pacific named the winners of the 2013 Agency of the Year Awards for Australia/New Zealand, Japan/Korea and Southeast Asia, as well as the 2013 Agency Network of the Year Awards, at a gala event tonight in Singapore.

2013 Agency of the Year / Network of the Year winners

Tonight's awards event, which brought nearly 600 industry representatives to the Ritz Carlton Millenia Singapore, concludes the 2013 Agency of the Year and Agency Network of the Year  programme.

Celebrating its 20th year, the Agency of the Year programme recognises inspired leadership, management excellence, outstanding business performance and overall achievements for agencies and individuals.

The links below lead to winner lists and shortlists for the five Agency of the Year regions and the Agency Network of the Year awards, as well as photos from the three awards events, held Monday night in Shanghai and Mumbai and tonight in Singapore.

 

In all, Campaign Asia-Pacific received 659 entries from 20 countries across the five sub-regions (Australia/New Zealand, Greater China, Japan/Korea, South Asia and Southeast Asia). A jury of senior marketers from a wide range of companies decided on the winners, and Campaign Asia-Pacific and Haymarket Media thank them sincerely for bringing their utmost dedication and expertise to this singificant task. In our commitment to transparency, PricewaterhouseCoopers tabulated the results of the judging.

To qualify for the Agency Network of the Year awards, agencies had to receive at least three awards (Gold, Silver or Bronze) in a minimum of two regions in the Regional Agency of the Year awards. From this pool, a panel of senior marketers led by Campaign Asia-Pacific brand director Atifa Silk, decided on the winners.

The programme hosted three black-tie events to announce the winners. The first-ever South Asia event, in Mumbai on Monday (9 December), attracted 120 people. About 450 people attended the Greater China Event, in Shanghai on Monday (9 December). And the Singapore event tonight drew nearly 600 industry representatives.

For more information, please see www.aoyawards.com.

 

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