Staff Reporters
Dec 14, 2012

Greater China Agency of the Year award winners revealed

SHANGHAI - Here are the Agency of the Year winners for the Greater China region, from tonight's just-concluded Agency of the Year presentation at the Hyatt on the Bund.

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The winners in the other regions—Australia/New Zealand, Japan/Korea, South Asia and Southeast Asia— were announced Monday night in Singapore.

The Network of the Year winners will be recognised at a separate event in 2013. Eligibility for the Network of the Year Awards will be based on performance in the regional awards.

AGENCY CATEGORIES

China Creative Agency of the Year

  • Gold: BBDO/Proximity China
  • Silver: Wieden+Kennedy Shanghai
  • Bronze: TBWA\Shanghai

Hong Kong, Macau Creative Agency of the Year

  • Gold: McCann Worldgroup Hong Kong
  • Silver: DDB Group Hong Kong
  • Bronze: Leo Burnett Hong Kong

Greater China Creative Agency of the Year

  • Winner: BBDO/Proximity
  • Winner: McCann Worldgroup

China Media Agency of the Year

  • Gold: PHD Shanghai
  • Silver: Starcom MediaVest Group China
  • Bronze: Carat China

Hong Kong, Macau Media Agency of the Year

  • Gold: PHD Hong Kong
  • Silver: Starcom MediaVest Group Hong Kong
  • Bronze: Carat Hong Kong

Taiwan Media Agency of the Year

  • Gold: Carat Media Taiwan

Greater China Media Agency of the Year

  • Winner: PHD

China Digital Agency of the Year

  • Gold: Trio Digital Integrated (Shanghai)
  • Silver: Proximity China
  • Bronze: NIM Digital

Greater China Digital Agency of the Year

  • Winner: Trio Digital Integrated (Shanghai)

Greater China PR Agency of the Year

  • Gold: Daniel J. Edelman China Group
  • Silver: Fleishman-Hillard China
  • Bronze: BlueFocus PR Consulting

Greater China Specialist Agency of the Year

  • Gold: McCann Health China
  • Silver: iProspect Hong Kong
  • Bronze: OMG Digital China

Greater China Independent Agency of the Year

  • Gold: Wieden+Kennedy Shanghai
  • Silver: Strategic Public Relations Group Hong Kong
  • Bronze: Trio Digital Integrated (Shanghai)

 

PEOPLE CATEGORIES
 
Greater China New Business Development Person / Team of the Year

  • Winner: Weibin Zou, OMD China
  • Runner-Up: Linda Wang, MediaVest China, Starcom MediaVest Group China 

Greater China Agency Head of the Year

  • Winner: Mark Heap, PHD China
  • Runner-Up: Spencer Wong, McCann Worldgroup Hong Kong

Greater China Planner of the Year

  • Winner: Joanne Coombs, OMD Hong Kong
  • Runner-Up: Desmond Bateman, Isobar Hong Kong

Greater China Creative of the Year

  • Winner: Georg Warga, Goodstein & Partners
  • Runner-Up: Jeffry Gamble, DDB Group Hong Kong

Greater China Account Person of the Year

  • Winner: Deric Wong, Omnicom Media Group Hong Kong
  • Runner-Up: Silvia Goh, LiquidThread China, Starcom MediaVest Group China

 
 CLIENT CATEGORIES
 
Greater China Marketer of the Year

  • Winner: Jingbo Mao, Mercedes-Benz China

Greater China Brand of the Year

  • Winner: M&M’S®, Mars Foods China
Source:
Campaign China

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