Ensemble takes out Agency of the Year at Effie Awards Malaysia 2018 for third year running

Ensemble_Effie.jpgThe Effie Awards Malaysia 2018 has seen Ensemble Worldwide again taking out the Agency of the Year title. This is the third year running Ensemble has been named Agency of the Year at the awards..

Ensemble took home one gold, one silver and two bronze.

The agency won gold in the Beauty category and bronze in the Engaged Community category for work on L'oreal Malaysia's 'Maybelline FitMe Squad' campaign. The other awards included a silver and bronze in the Media Idea category; respectively for Anchor with 'Shortest CNY ad' and for KFC's 'Anything's Better with KFC Golden Egg Crunch' campaign which was in collaboration with sister agency UM.
The Effie Awards are part of a worldwide recognition programme that honours the most effective marketing and advertising campaigns. It is organised in more than 40 countries across five continents and this year is the 11th anniversary of its inception in Malaysia.

Speaking about this win, Amit Sutha, Managing Director of Ensemble Worldwide and Universal McCann (UM) said, "This was an epic win for the team. We are truly honoured and humbled to have come this far in such a short time, and kudos really goes to the team who have worked tireless hours to come up with unicorn ideas for our clients. This is true validation for the brave work the team is doing."

Ensemble Worldwide was set up under the IPG Mediabrands Malaysia network in 2015.

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