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Sep 19, 2016

Spikes Asia shortlist: Innovation

The Innovation jury has shortlisted 10 entries.

Spikes Asia shortlist: Innovation

J. Walter Thompson Japan leads with two nominations: 'No Salt Restaurant' by Ishi Clinic and '+Met Project' by safety products firm Tanizawa Seisakusho.

The 10 shortlisted entrants will present their work live to the jury at Spikes Asia this Wednesday.

Title Advertiser Product Entrant company Country
NO SALT RESTAURANT ISHII CLINIC ELECTRO ‘SALT-FLAVOURED’ FORK J. WALTER THOMPSON JAPAN Tokyo JAPAN
DOT. THE FIRST BRAILLE SMARTWATCH DOT INCORPORATION DOT WATCH SERVICEPLAN KOREA Seoul SOUTH KOREA
BRAINBAND SAMSUNG AUSTRALIA SAMSUNG BRAINBAND LEO BURNETT SYDNEY  AUSTRALIA
MOTOREPELLENT: SAVING LIVES ONE RIDE AT A TIME DUANG PRATEEP FOUNDATION MOTOREPELLENT BBDO BANGKOK  THAILAND
+ MET PROJECT TANIZAWA SEISAKUSHO + MET PROJECT (POT / LAMP) J. WALTER THOMPSON JAPAN Tokyo JAPAN
LANDCRUISER EMERGENCY NETWORK TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION AUSTRALIA LANDCRUISER SAATCHI & SAATCHI Sydney AUSTRALIA
TOUCHABLE INK THAI SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS / THAI ASSOCIATION OF THE BLIND TOUCHABLE INK J. WALTER THOMPSON BANGKOK  THAILAND
M.W. YKK AP YKK AP PARTY Tokyo JAPAN
HEARTBEAT LEXUS AUSTRALIA FC M&C SAATCHI Sydney AUSTRALIA
OPEN ROAD PROJECT TOYOTA TOYOTA I-ROAD DENTSU INC. Tokyo JAPAN

 

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