Staff Reporters
Nov 24, 2015

Agency-Marketer Partnership Award shortlist announced

Campaign Asia-Pacific, in association with Roth Observatory International, announces the shortlist for the second-annual Agency | Marketer Partnership Award.

Agency-Marketer Partnership Award shortlist announced

The award aims to showcase the global and regional partnerships that have delivered outstanding work and sustainable ROI over time, and ultimately to bring the importance of the client-agency relationship to the forefront.

The award rests on the premise that while speed, efficiency and effectiveness have become more critical for brand succees, a strong client-agency relationship is essential for producing the most creative work—and can help bring a new level of insight and intelligence to brand strategy.

The winner of the Agency | Marketer Partnership Award will be announced at the gala awards dinner for the 2015 Agency of the Year Awards on 10 December in Singapore.

The shortlist

  • IXM and Pepsi Nutriklim Sips
  • iProspect Singapore and StarHub
  • iris Singapore and Philips
  • Brilliant & Million Thailand and Unilever, Thailand’s Got Talent TV Program
  • daCunha Communications P. Ltd and AMUL

Additional information

Note: Due to the number of entries received, the organizers consolidated the previously announced single- and multi-agency categories into one award.

 

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