JWT Japan is the only Asian agency to win Gold on day two of Clio Awards Festival

Picture 9.pngJWT Tokyo picked up Gold in what has turned out to be a disappointing performance for Asian agencies at this year's Clio Awards. Day two of the festival saw awards handed out in the Content & Contact, Interactive, Innovative Media, Integrated, Radio and Design categories.

JWT Tokyo's Gold Clio came in the Innovative Media category for "Kit Kat Mall". Japanese agencies also picked up two Silver statues (Hakuhodo and Beacon) and two Bronze statues (DDB and Wieden + Kennedy). Asia's only other winners on day two of the festival were Ogilvy Singapore (Silver) and Lowe & Partners Malaysia (Bronze). In total Asia only managed two Gold Statues at Clio this year. Taproot India picked up the other Gold in the Print category for their Colours of India campaign for Conqueror Paper.

Kit Kat Mail
Kit Kat
JWT Japan, Tokyo


Happy Birthday Download for Children
Japan Committee for UNICEF - Charity Download with Mobile Phones
Hakuhodo Inc., Tokyo
Public Service

NIKEiD Generator - NikeFukuoka Opening Greeting
NikeFukuoka Flagship Store
beacon communications k.k., Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Retail Stores


Nike Trackball
Nike Trackball
Ogilvy Singapore, Singapore
Innovative Use Of Technology

Helicopter Boyz
DDB Japan Inc., Tokyo
Branded Content

Nike Tasuki Twitter
Nike Japan
Wieden + Kennedy Tokyo, Minato-ku
Innovative Use Of Technology


Lowe & Partners, Petaling Jaya
Point of Purchase


Anonymous said:

This proves that without scam Asia is nothing.

Anonymous said:

Dude, it's just the fucking Clios. Nobody cares for them. Well, except you now.

Anonymous said:

Then why bother entering?

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