Staff Reporters
Nov 16, 2018

Agency of the Year 2018 shortlist: Australia / New Zealand

Here is the shortlist for the Australia / New Zealand region in the 2018 Campaign Asia-Pacific Agency of the Year awards.

Agency of the Year 2018 shortlist: Australia / New Zealand

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Attend the Australia/New Zealand Agency of the Year Awards Show
13 December 2018, Singapore

AGENCY CATEGORIES

Australia Creative Agency of the Year

  • BWM Dentsu
  • Clemenger BBDO Melbourne
  • Host/Havas
  • Ogilvy Australia
  • The Monkeys
  • WiTH Collective

New Zealand Creative Agency of the Year

  • DDB Group New Zealand
  • Colenso BBDO
  • Special Group New Zealand

Australia Digital Agency of the Year

  • Digitas
  • Isobar Australia
  • WiTH Collective
  • Clemenger BBDO Melbourne
  • R/GA Sydney 

New Zealand Digital Agency of the Year

  • DDB New Zealand
  • Little Giant linked by Isobar
  • Special Group New Zealand

Australia Media Agency of the Year

  • Initiative Australia
  • UM
  • Mindshare Australia
  • OMD Australia
  • PHD
  • Starcom

New Zealand Media Agency of the Year

  • Carat
  • OMD New Zealand
  • PHD APAC
  • Mediacom New Zealand

Australia/New Zealand Independent Agency of the Year

  • Cummins&Partners
  • Special Group
  • The Hallway

Australia/New Zealand PR Agency of the Year

  • Red Agency
  • WE Buchan
  • opr Agency
  • Sling & Stone
  • Eleven

 Australia/New Zealand Experiential Marketing Agency of the Year

To be announced 
 
Australia/New Zealand Integrated Marketing Agency of the Year

  • Cummins&Partners
  • Special Group
  • WiTH Collective

Australia/New Zealand Specialist Agency of the Year 

  • McCann Health Australia
  • Digitas
  • WiTH Collective
  • iProspect

Australia/New Zealand Mobile Marketing Agency of the Year 

NO AWARD 

Australia/New Zealand Social Media Agency of the Year 

  • Cummins&Partners
  • DDB New Zealand
  • Special Group

Australia/New Zealand Best Culture

  • PHD Australia
  • OMD Australia
  • Little Giant linked by Isobar
  • Initiative Media Australia Pty

Australia/New Zealand Boutique Agency of the Year

NO AWARD 

Attend the Australia/New Zealand Agency of the Year Awards Show
13 December 2018, Singapore

PEOPLE CATEGORIES

Australia/New Zealand Account Person of the Year

  • The Hallway - Hannah Sturrock
  • WiTH Collective - John Marshall

Australia/New Zealand Agency Head of the Year

  • OMD Australia - Aimee Buchanan
  • Cummins&Partners - Chris Jeffares
  • PHD - Louise Bond

Australia/New Zealand Creative Person of the Year

NO AWARD

Australia/New Zealand Channel/Engagement Planner of the Year

To be announced 
 
Australia/New Zealand Corporate Communications Person/Team of the Year

To be announced 

Australia/New Zealand Strategic/Brand Planner of the Year

  • UM - Christopher Colter
  • PHD Group NZ - Simon Bird

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

  • OMD Australia-  OMD Australia People & Development Team
  • PHD Australia - PHD Australia People Team

Australia/New Zealand Young Achiever of the Year

  • UM - Gemma Beeley
  • Motion Sickness - Sam Stuchbury
Attend the Australia/New Zealand Agency of the Year Awards Show
13 December 2018, Singapore

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