Staff Reporters
Jun 22, 2018

Social & Influencer winners: Cannes Lions 2018

Australia and New Zealand stopped Asia-Pacific from going home empty-handed.

A recruitment video for the New Zealand Police was a highlight for Asia-Pacific
A recruitment video for the New Zealand Police was a highlight for Asia-Pacific

A total of 67 Social & Influencer Lions were handed out from 2,027 entries. These comprised a Grand Prix, 13 Golds, 15 Silvers and 38 Bronzes. The top prize went to Wieden + Kennedy London for ‘Nothing Beats a Londoner’ for Nike.

Asia-Pacific managed to win just three Lions: Silver went to Ogilvy New Zealand and The Sweetshop Auckland for 'The World's Most Successful Recruitment Video' for the New Zealand Police.

Two Bronzes were awarded, to:

Mindshare Sydney for ‘The Wentworth Rat’ for Foxtel
Host/Havas Sydney for ‘Losers’ Paradise’ for Air New Zealand

View all the latest Cannes winners results, plus full coverage from our editors on the ground, here.

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