Staff Reporters
Dec 14, 2019

Agency of the Year Awards 2019

This is the place for all the shortlists, winner lists, photos and analysis of Campaign Asia-Pacific's 2019 Agency of the Year Awards and Agency Network of the Year Awards.

Agency of the Year Awards 2019

The 26th edition of Campaign Asia-Pacific’s Agency of the Year Awards recognises inspired leadership, management excellence, outstanding business performance and overall brilliance from across the Asia-Pacific advertising and communications industry. The competition recognises excellence in local markets through five seperate regional competitions, plus the APAC Network of the Year awards. 

The 2019 Agency of the Year Awards programme is now complete, following four gala events across the region (Tokyo on 27 November, Mumbai on 3 December, Shanghai on 10 December and Singapore on 12 December). Campaign Asia-Pacific congratulates the winners and extends sincere thanks to all who entered. Special thanks to this year's judges, who gave so freely of their time and expertise, and to our sponsors.

You can find all the details about AOY 2019 below and on AOYawards.com.

Past Agency of the Year Awards
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