2017 Campaign Brief Asia Creative Rankings released at the Spikes Asia Festival: Top 235 Ad Agencies and 1237 Individual Creatives ranked

Campaign Brief Asia Creative Rankings_front cover.jpgThe 2017 Campaign Brief Asia Creative Rankings will be released in two weeks at this year's Spikes Asia Festival in Singapore. Look for our 54 page special report in the latest 92 page edition of Campaign Brief - available free at the Festival.

The Creative Rankings will also be available on Campaign Brief Asia as a downloadable 54 page pdf.

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The 2017 Creative Rankings tabulate the overall ranking of every award winning agency in Asia - all 235 ad agencies. This year the Rankings have been expanded to again include individual creatives - a ranking from #1 to #1237 of every award winning Copywriter and Art Director in 2017. 

There is a breakdown of the most awarded Agencies and Creatives in every Asian Country; overall Network rankings; and a list of this year's top 20 most awarded creative directors.


Rennie Gomes said:

Be intersting to see the criteria for Rankings go beyond awards but also other non award related work done beyond the scope of advertising. Some Creatives i know are involved in music and film beyond their usual scope of work.

Can't wait said:

Good to see individual creative ranking returning. Helped kick start my career, but I fear I am now too old. Will be good for the BBH Nike guys.

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