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BBDO wins agency of the year at Adman Awards in Thailand

BBDO has announced winning agency of the year at an awards show in Thailand.

BBDO Bangkok

The announcement:

BANGKOK, THAILAND – 8 October 2015 – BBDO Bangkok has been crowned Agency of the Year at this year’s Adman Awards. Hosted by the Advertising Association of Thailand, the awards celebrate outstanding marketing communications, and are one of Thailand’s biggest and most competitive industry events.

BBDO Bangkok emerged as the most awarded agency at the show, winning 4 Gold, 22 Silver and 16 Bronze awards, and the first ever Gold medal in the newly-launched ‘Innovation’ category for their internationally-acclaimed “The Message from the Lungs” campaign for the Thai Health Promotion Foundation. The campaign also won another Gold award in the Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC) category.

BBDO Bangkok received two more Gold Awards for Air Asia’s “Weekday” and Throatsil’s “Keep Shouting” print campaigns.

Other winning campaigns include: Operation Smile Thailand’s “The Painted Smile”; Thai Rath TV’s “Blind Taste TV”; Samsung’s “Memory Recaller”; “Hair Tag Project”; Olay’s “Best Beautiful”, and “Muay Thai Hotel’’ for Tourism Authority of Thailand.

Suthisak Sucharittanonta Chairman & Chief Creative Officer of BBDO Bangkok, said, “We are proud that our New World Creative has resulted in a positive impact on both Thai society and on our clients’ brands. We create big ideas, compelling content, and innovate across multi-platforms in the digital era.”

Somkiat Larptanunchaiwong, Chief Executive Officer of BBDO Bangkok, commented “Congratulations to all winning agencies. This year’s show theme ‘Prove Them Wrong’ is really to demonstrate to the world how talented Thai creatives are. We’ve had a great year at international and local shows, and I look forward to continuing to produce more great work for our clients.”

Source: press release

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