MullenLowe Singapore takes out Agency of the Year for second year running at CCA Gongs

CCA_MullenLowe.jpgMullenLowe Singapore was last night named Agency of the Year at the 2017 Singapore CCA Gong Show. The Gong Show is Singapore's long-running and most prestigious local awards show, run by the 4As.

This is the second year in a row that MullenLowe has won Agency of the Year.

The agency had 46 finalists overall and this converted to 38 metals across a range of categories: Film, Film Craft, Direct, Promo & Activation, Design, Media, CSR, Print & Publishing, Outdoor and Cyber.
O&M Singapore clinched 24 awards including 7 Gold, 4 Silver and 11 Bronze and was also awarded the prestigious Grand Prix Gong Award for its award-winning work, 'Pitching French Films to Hollywood' for Alliance Francaise Singapore, amongst other notable wins for IBM, Singtel and Singapore's Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth (MCCY).

TBWA\Singapore performed well picking up 7 Golds, 13 Silvers and 8 Bronzes. 28 Gongs is their best performance ever at the CCA awards winning for Singapore Tourism Board, Singapore Airlines, Maybelline and PlayStation.
Advertiser of the Year was Unilever. Digital Agency of the Year was Ogilvy & Mather Singapore; Design Agency of the Year and Independent Agency of the Year was Black.

More coverage when we hear back from the Gong Show organisers.

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T said:

Great to see Mullen Lowe doing so well in Singapore. Well done Erick and team.

John said:

Gongs for STB and SIA....are you kidding me....

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