Wavemaker Thailand wins three trophies at the MAAW 18th Dragons of Asia Awards

Christina Vachranetr.jpgWavemaker Thailand has won 3 trophies at the 18th Dragons of Asia Awards, the region's annual event to honour effectiveness in marketing communication.

"When clients are placing the importance on business results and their return on marketing investment, Wavemaker Thailand has responded by setting a standard for our market through our capabilities; effective tools, insights, technology and people", said Christina Vachranetr, Managing Director of Wavemaker Thailand (pictured).
Organised by the Marketing Agencies Association Worldwide, winners of the 18th Dragons of Asia Awards were announced recently in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Wavemaker won a Gold Dragon for "Asia's Best Use of Public Relations" with its "Xi'an Troops" project for NokScoot Airlines and received one Bronze Dragon for "Asia's Best in Entertainment" with "Maybeline Make It Happen" music video.

The campaign "Xi'an Troops" also walked home with the Blue Dragon. This is the 5th time for GroupM Thailand agencies to be named "The Best Campaign for Thailand".

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