Staff Reporters
Nov 18, 2014

Agency of the Year 2014 shortlists: Australia and New Zealand

Here is the shortlist for the 2014 Agency of the Year Awards for the Australia/New Zealand region.

Agency of the Year 2014 shortlists: Australia and New Zealand

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AGENCY CATEGORIES

Australia Creative Agency of the Year

  • Clemenger BBDO Australia
  • DDB Group Australia
  • Leo Burnett Australia
  • M&C Saatchi Australia
  • McCann Australia

New Zealand Creative Agency of the Year

  • Clemenger BBDO Wellington
  • Colenso BBDO and Proximity, Auckland
  • DDB Group New Zealand
  • FCB NZ

Australia Media Agency of the Year

  • Carat Australia
  • MATCH Media Australia
  • OMD Australia
  • PHD Media Australia
  • Starcom MediaVest Group Australia
  • Universal McCann Australia

New Zealand Media Agency of the Year

  • MediaCom New Zealand
  • OMD New Zealand
  • PHD New Zealand

Australia Digital Agency of the Year

  • Isobar Australia
  • Leo Burnett Australia
  • MATCH Media Australia
  • VML Australia
  • WiTH Collective Australia

New Zealand Digital Agency of the Year

  • Colenso BBDO and Proximity, Auckland
  • DDB Group New Zealand

Australia/New Zealand PR Agency of the Year

  • Edelman Public Relations Australia
  • Haystac Australia
  • Pulse Communications Australia

Australia/New Zealand Specialist Agency of the Year

  • Anomaly Australia
  • ApolloNation Australia
  • Mnet Mobile Australia
  • Outware Mobile Australia
  • PLAY Communications Australia
  • WiTH Collective Australia

Australia/New Zealand Independent Agency of the Year

  • Barnes, Catmur and Friends New Zealand
  • MATCH Media Australia
  • PENSO Australia
  • The Hallway Australia
  • The Monkeys Australia
  • WiTH Collective Australia

PEOPLE/TEAM CATEGORIES

Australia/New Zealand Account Person of the Year

  • DDB Group Australia: Nicole Taylor
  • FCB New Zealand: Fleur Head
  • Leo Burnett Australia: Peter Bosilkovski
  • OMD Australia: Dan Robins

Australia/New Zealand Agency Head of the Year

  • Dentsu Aegis Network Australia & New Zealand: Luke Littlefield
  • M&C Saatchi: Jaimes Leggett
  • MATCH Media: John Preston
  • Mnet Mobile: Travis Johnson
  • OMD Australia: Peter Horgan

Australia/New Zealand Creative of the Year

  • DDB Group Melbourne: Darren Spiller
  • McCann Health Australia: June Laffey
  • McCann Melbourne: Pat Baron

Australia/New Zealand New Business Development Team of the Year

  • (WINNER) M&C Saatchi: Jaimes Leggett, Justin Graham, Ben Welsh and Lucy Billington

Australia/New Zealand Planner of the Year

  • DDB Group Sydney: Leif Stromnes
  • M&C Saatchi: Justin Graham
  • McCann Melbourne: Danish Chan

Australia/New Zealand Talent Management Person/Team of the Year

  • DDB Group Australia: Michelle Filo
  • Leo Burnett Australia: Sarah Palmer
  • M&C Saatchi: Nathalie Brady, Jessica Genussa, Marisa Michaels and Zoe Sturgess
  • OMD Australia: Martin Cowie, Nick Barbour and Maryanne Ranger
  • The Hallway: Hannah Sturrock


Australia/New Zealand Young Achiever of the Year

  • Anomaly: Ankita Agarwal
  • Colenso BBDO and Proximity Auckland: Ben Polkinghorne
  • Columbus: Simon Williams
  • McCann Australia: Jeremy Carreon
  • Universal McCann: Michael Gunadi

 

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