Spikes Staff
Feb 28, 2024

Spikes Asia announces Innovation Spikes 2024 shortlist

This year's shortlist includes 11 entrants from six countries including India, Japan, Australia, Singapore and South Korea.

Spikes Asia announces Innovation Spikes 2024 shortlist

Spikes Asia, the region's oldest and most prestigious award for creative advertising has revealed its shortlist for the 2024 Innovation category.

The Awards celebrate ground-breaking innovation, technology and problem solving. Each year, standalone tech solutions including tools, products, models, platforms and other forms of ad tech are recognised for their creative excellence, as well as the creative campaigns that use the latest tech.

This year's entries feature from countries including India (2), Japan (3), Australia (2), Singapore (2), Germany (1), and South Korea (1). Agencies including Dentsu, VML, and BLKJ Havas and MediaMonks are amongst the shortlisted for 2024.

The Innovation Spikes shortlist is also available on The Work, Cannes Lions' curated intelligence platform. 

There’s still time to secure your pass to this year’s celebrations. The winners will be revealed at the Spikes Asia Awards Ceremony & Dinner on 14 March at Swissôtel The Stamford, Singapore. Please reach out to Hema at [email protected] for any enquiries.

To see the Spikes Asia Awards 2024 jury lineup, including some of the biggest names in the industry, click here.

Source:
Campaign Asia

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