Serviceplan Korea + Cheil Worldwide Hong Kong win Gold at Clio Health Awards: Hakuhodo Tokyo + GIGIL Philippines take home Silver awards

Making The World Accessible Dot By Dot.jpgTesco Safty Bags.jpgThe winners for the international Clio Health Awards have been announced for 2018.

Asia has been awarded three Gold awards with Serviceplan Korea picking up two for "Making The World Accessible, Dot By Dot" and Cheil Worldwide Hong Kong picks up Gold for Tesco "Safety Bags". Tesco "Safety Bags" also received a Silver.

Hakuhodo Tokyo won a Silver and a Bronze for Panasonic "Bird Hearing Test".

Philippines agency GIGIL also was awarded Silver for KonsultaMD "Dr. Internet".

Bronze awards were given to McCann Health Shanghai, TBWA\India and McCann Health New Delhi.

Dentsu's Australian agency BWM Dentsu scored Asia Pacific's only Grand Prix at the awards for The ALS Association's 'Project Revoice'. The campaign has also secured two Gold and two Silver statues making it Asia Pacific's most awarded campaign at the Clio Health Awards this year.


GOLD

Serviceplan Korea
Dot
Making The World Accessible, Dot By Dot.

Serviceplan Korea
Dot
Making The World Accessible, Dot By Dot.

Cheil Worldwide Hong Kong
Tesco
Safety Bags

SILVER

Hakuhodo Tokyo
Panasonic
Bird Hearing Test

Cheil Worldwide
Tesco
Safety Bags

GIGIL Philippines
KonsultaMD
Dr. Internet

BRONZE

Hakuhodo Tokyo
Panasonic
Bird Hearing Test

McCann Health Shanghai
GSK Glaxo Smith Kline
A Warning From The Future

TBWA\INDIA
Asha Ek Hope Foundation And Neurogen Brain & Spine Insititute
Blink To Speak

McCann Health New Delhi
Kwality Ltd.
Noon Assembly

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