The social and stage action from the CCA Gongs

Gong2012-394 copy.jpgGong2012-008 copy.jpgGong2012-011 copy.jpgGong2012-010 copy.jpgGong2012-009 copy.jpgThe Singapore CCA Gongs came back with a vengeance last night with the industry gathering at the Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel to celebrate over two years of creativity. The results are detailed in today's earlier story. Here are some of the social pics from the awards party and of winners accepting their awards on stage.





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3 Comments

Tay Guan Hin said:

Like to openly thank everyone for their overwhelming support for this special night.
CCA is judged by only creatives with one simple agenda – to discover and celebrate the best work this little island has to offer.
It's also the glue that binds the creative community together, and in turn inspire each other to create better work.
In these difficult times, it is our creativity that help us make a positive impact on our balance sheets. Most importantly, it rasies the morale in every creative department in Singapore.
I also want to acknowledge the first creative client of the year-Ms. Lynette Ang-Senior Vice President & Head, Strategic Marketing Communications, NTUC Income for her boldness to support BBH's creativity. The quirky but relevant work really stood out in the local insurance category. The two runners up-Ms Anne Radmacher-Global Vice President for Lux, Unilever and Mr. Oliver Chong-Assistant Vice President, Brand Marketing, StarHub, have done an amazing job with their respective agencies by championing brave work that's consistently innovative.
I hope everyone enjoyed the show and believe next year will get even better.

Can't say, i'm afraid said:

Unfortunately, my agency apparently ran out of money, and hence only entered a very small number of entries. Looking at what picked up metal, some pieces we didn't submit would definitely have won something.

Then again, they don't really concern themselves with nonsense issues like morale over here.

Steve Elrick said:

CONGRATS AND KUDOS FOR GETTING IT UP AND RUNNING AGAIN MR G!!

EVEN JUST THE NATURE OF THE NIGHT, GETTING ALL THE SINGAPORE CREATIVES TOGETHER, WLL OILED AND TALKING.... WAS A TRIUMPH IN ITSELF

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