Rob McKinlay
Feb 22, 2024

Campaign Big Global Awards 2024: Winners revealed

Entries and winners came from four continents.

Campaign Big Global Awards 2024: Winners revealed

In their inaugural year, Campaign’s Big Global Awards have drawn entries and winners from four continents, providing a global arena where agencies’ most consistently creative work is recognised.

These brand-new international awards celebrate winning creative projects from agencies big and small in Japan, Brazil, the UK, Honduras, Canada, Germany, and Spain.

Their work for brands as globally famous as Coca-Cola, as politically meaningful as Grupo Estratégico PAE’s “Morning After Island” and as locally grounded as Heaven Fish, is recognised here—alongside finalists from all around the world.

Chaired by Liz Taylor, Ogilvy’s global chief creative officer, the 26-strong judging panel is made up of a diverse range of the best creatives from around the world. The Campaign Big Global Awards allows these judges to shine a light on the very best across the industry, large and small.

For finalists and award winners, global exposure afforded by the Campaign Big Global Awards is massive: Almost 1.2 million unique monthly users for Campaign’s Asia-Pacific, UK and US editions combined.

Here’s a full list of categories—click on the links to find out the winners and finalists, and see some of the winning work:

Art Direction
Health & Wellness
Not for Profit
Not for Profit (Best Portfolio)
Out of Home


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