Finalists revealed: AdNews Resilience and Campaign Pivot of the Year Awards

By AdNews | 1 September 2020

AdNews is delighted to announce the finalists for the Resilience Award and Campaign Pivot of the Year Award.

We introduced the awards last month to champion how the industry has thrived through this difficult year.

The Resilience Award recognises how agencies have bounced back throughout the pandemic. Agencies were required to share positive initiatives they have undertaken to keep both the business and their teams thriving.

The Campaign Pivot of the Year Award recognises the work agencies have done to help a client navigate COVID-19 by delivering an effective campaign under extraordinary circumstances. Campaigns must have run between March 1 and June 30, 2020.

The winners will be announced this Thursday September 3, during the live stream of the AdNews Agency of the Year Awards.

The virtual celebration, which will recognise all the great work from across adland last year, will kick off from 12:30pm so make sure you have some snacks and drinks ready to celebrate.

REGISTER HERE to access it.

Now for the finalists...

The Resilience Award presented by Outdoor Media Association
Jack Nimble
The Monkeys

Campaign Pivot of the Year
Digitas – Tourism Australia ‘Live From Aus’
Ogilvy – AAMI ‘Assist for those Assisting’
OMD/Seven Network – Coles ‘What’s For Dinner Live’ 
The Monkeys – MLA ‘Secret Recipe’

Check out the finalists for the other awards here. See you online to celebrate every finalist and winner on Thursday.

Register here to join us for the most exciting virtual celebration of the year.

AdNews is delighted to partner with Google, PubMatic, Outdoor Media Association, SpotX, NOVA Entertainment, IVE and Adstream for the AdNews Agency of the Year. AdNews would also like to thank Andrew Sherman, founder and CEO of The Transition Coach, for offering the winner of the Emerging Leader award an Executive Coaching program of eight coaching sessions.

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