BBDO Guerrero/Proximity take out Philippines Agency of the Year for second year running

BBDO:G.jpgBBDO Guerrero /Proximity Philippines has been named as Philippine 4As Agency of the Year for the second year running. The award comes after similar back-to-back wins in the IMMAP Digital Awards earlier last week. The agency also concurrently holds the Campaign Brief Asia Agency of the Year (Philippines) title. A position it has held for four years in a row.
 
The agency was judged across a number of key criteria: Creative, Management, Market Performance and Industry Leadership.  With some of the most respected judges from both the client and the Philippine industry communities the award is one of the most sought-after in the business.
Chairman and Chief Creative Officer, David Guerrero commented: "It's a fantastic team effort across all disciplines in the agency. And to have done it two years running is a great tribute to our close partnerships with our clients and the passion and hard-work of our teams. We know the competition will only get tougher and we look forward to continuing the push for better work in future."

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