DDB Group Singapore is best agency for the fifth year running at The Hall of Fame Awards 2013

DDB_HOF 2013.jpgDDB Group Singapore has been named Advertising Agency of the Year for the fifth consecutive year at The Hall of Fame Awards 2013, which took place on Friday night.

The agency's client McDonald's was also crowned Advertiser of the Year 2013, marking the first time the brand has picked up the award.

"I'm really pleased for our clients because they have given us the partnership, faith and courage to do great work. We have an incredible team who have won over clients with our Co-Create drive - it's nice to be winning awards also," said David Tang, President and CEO of DDB Group Singapore.
DDB and its client StarHub also picked up the Gold award for Marketing Innovation and Product Innovation of the Year for 'Donate-a-Tone' and 'My Smart Eye' respectively.
John Zeigler, Chairman & CEO of DDB Group Asia Pacific, India & Japan said, "DDB Group Singapore have proven undeniably it is the best agency in Singapore, if not the region, with the stash of awards it has earned over the past five years. Its clients treat the team as partners, as well as friends, ensuring the work is constantly brilliant. Well done."
These accolades come on the back of DDB Group Singapore's recent wins at the Creative Circle Award show - where the agency took home over 30 awards, including the title of Digital Agency of the Year,

The Hall of Fame Awards is a prestigious annual awards ceremony organised by the Institute of Advertising Singapore, which recognises the excellence and outstanding achievements of the Singapore advertising industry.
Company Awards
Advertising Agency of the Year - DDB Group Singapore
Advertiser of the Year - McDonald's Singapore

Innovation Awards
Marketing Innovation - GOLD
StarHub 'Donate-a-Tone'
DDB Group Singapore

Product Innovation - GOLD
StarHub 'My Smart Eye'
DDB Group Singapore

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