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Dec 11, 2015

2015 Agency of the Year Awards

This is the one place you'll find everything about Campaign Asia-Pacific's 2015 Agency of the Year and Agency Network of the Year Awards: Shortlists, winner lists, award show information, photos and videos.

2015 Agency of the Year Awards

For 22 years, Campaign Asia-Pacific's Agency of the Year awards have recognised inspired leadership, management excellence, outstanding business performance and overall achievements in Asia-Pacific’s advertising and communications industries.

The prestigious Agency of the Year competition recognises excellence in local markets through five seperate regional competitions. Winners will have the opportunity to compete in the overall Agency Network of the Year awards. Please see aoyawards.com for details on methodology, past winners, and more.

See below for all of this year's winner lists, shortlists, agency photos, and photos from the three gala awards dinners.

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Winners
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 Awards photos

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Awards photos (1)
Awards photos (2)

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