BBDO Bangkok takes out Agency of the Year at Adman Awards with a haul of 35 award wins

BBDO_Adman.jpgAs reported yesterday, BBDO Bangkok was named Agency of The Year for the third year in a row at the Adman Awards & Symposium 2017, Thailand's biggest advertising award festival.

BBDO Bangkok took home a total of 35 awards, including the "Popular Award" - voted by the general public. The majority of the agency's wins were in recognition of the 'Speed Limit Monk Statue' work for Thai Health Promotion Foundation, and the 'Immortal Adoption' campaign for the Thai Dog House.
Suthisak Sucharittanonta, Chairman and Chief Creative Officer of BBDO Bangkok, said, "We are honored and pleased that our works have been recognized, and we thank our clients for seeing the value of creativity. This year, we continued to develop work under the concept of 'New World Creative,' focusing on new and creative innovations for brands and consumers, which nicely ties in with the 'No Format Creative' theme for this year's Adman Awards."

AdMan Awards_BBDO AofY.jpgSomkiat Larptanunchaiwong, Chief Executive Officer of BBDO Bangkok, said, "Congratulations to all the winners. Creativity is the key to success for brands and organizations, and we believe Thai creatives are among the best. BBDO Bangkok is always in the pursuit for creative excellence, but we are also passionate about the progress and success of our people, our industry and Thailand as a whole."

This year, BBDO Bangkok won 1 Gold, 14 Silvers and 18 Bronzes awards for 13 pieces of work across 11 clients, including Speed Limit Monk Statue (Thai Health Promotion Foundation), Immortal Adoption (Thai Dog House), Hearing Rescue (Thai Health Promotion Foundation) and Band Tee Detector (Joox Thailand).

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