Staff Reporters
Nov 25, 2014

Shortlist for Agency-Marketer Partnership Award announced

ASIA-PACIFIC - Campaign Asia-Pacific, in association with Roth Observatory, announces the shortlist for the first Agency | Marketer Partnership Award, recognising Asia-Pacific’s most effective client-agency relationships.

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The shortlist is as follows:

  • DDB Group Singapore and StarHub
  • Isobar China and Coca-Cola
  • Lowe Asia Pacific and Dirt is Good
  • Vizeum Australia and Red Bull
  • Wunderman Shanghai and Land Rover China

The winners will be announced on 27 November on this website. We will be awarding Gold, Silver and Bronze for the inaugural award. The awards will be presented at the Agency of the Year Awards in Singapore on 10 Dec.

The Agency-Marketer Partnership Award aims to showcase the global and regional partnerships that have delivered outstanding work and sustainable ROI over time. The Agency-Marketer Partnership Award is independent from the Agency of the Year awards.

 

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