Staff Reporters
Jun 20, 2019

Creative Strategy Lions go to five APAC campaigns

2019 Cannes Lions winners for Creative Strategy: Agencies in Malaysia, India, South Korea, Australia, and Singapore take a total of five silver and bronze awards.

Lifebuoy
Lifebuoy

Silver Lions went to Grey Malaysia and a Lowe Lintas Mumbai-led team as the Creative Strategy Lions were handed out Wednesday night at Cannes Lions 2019.

All told, work from Asia-Pacific won two silvers and three bronzes.

Globally, the category yielded 22 awards, including a Grand Prix for 'The E.V.A. Initiative' on behalf of Volvo Cars by Forsman & Bodenfors of Sweden.

The table below details all the winning APAC work. See all our Cannes Lions 2019 award coverage.

TITLE CLIENT PRODUCT ENTRANT / IDEA CREATION COUNTRY AWARD
UNFORGETTABLE BAG TESCO UNFORGETTABLE BAG GREY MALAYSIA, Petaling Jaya MALAYSIA Silver  Lion
LIFEBUOY #HELPACHILDREACH5 UNILEVER LIFEBUOY LOWE LINTAS , Mumbai / MULLENLOWE SINGAPORE / MULLENLOWE SSP3, Bogotá INDIA Silver  Lion
FIREVASE SAMSUNG FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE FIREVASE CHEIL WORLDWIDE , Seoul SOUTH KOREA Bronze Lion
SAFETY HUB NRMA HOME INSURANCE CHE PROXIMITY, Melbourne AUSTRALIA Bronze Lion
TOUCH OF CARE INDIA P&G Vicks VICKS PUBLICIS SINGAPORE SINGAPORE Bronze Lion

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