Leo Burnett's Sydney and Melbourne offices and Integer Australia have each picked up a Globe award at the 2012 Marketing Agencies Association Globes in Chicago.
Leo Burnett Sydney won a Globe for its 'Watermark' campaign for Diageo while Leo Burnett Melbourne took home the gong for its 'BYO Cup Day' campaign for Slurpee/7-Eleven. Integer nabbed a Globe for its 'Pedigree Adoption Drive' campaign for Mars Petcare.
Additionally, Silver awards went to BD Network for Heinz, Urban for Coca-Cola and One Green Bean for Ikea. Bronze awards were collected by Iris Sydney for Sony Home Entertainment and Evocatif for St. George Bank.
A total of 72 trophies across 25 categories were awarded at the MAA Worldwide Conference.
APMA chairman David Lo said: “The MAA Globes are a great way to measure how Australian clients and agencies do on the world stage and it's fair to say they've done exceptionally well. Especially in light of the stiff competition from US agencies this year, our region has performed well with a total of three Globes.”
APMA is part of The Communications Council.
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