Look out for the new Campaign Brief Asia Creative Rankings - released next week

CreativeRankingsHeading.jpgThe latest Campaign Brief Asia Creative Rankings will start hitting desks in Asia mid next week. Make sure you are a subscriber to Campaign Brief Asia or contact the local country stockist of Campaign Brief Asia.

This year's Creative Rankings fills a special 36 page feature in the new edition.

The Creative Rankings chart the performances of the 161 agencies that have won creative awards over the past two years. It also ranks the 1493 individual copywriters and art directors that have won awards over the past two years.

This year the Creative Rankings tables have a new agency and creative filling the Number One positions. In fact there has been some massive changes in both Rankings. To whet your appetite, later this week we will start providing highlights from this year's Creative Rankings via this website.

Here's what's included in the 36 page Creative Rankings feature:

CBAsia_Issue50_SmlCover.jpg1. A complete ranking of the top 161 Agencies to win awards in 2008/2009.
2. A complete ranking of the 1493 individual creatives to win awards in 2008/2009.
3. There's a story on Asia's new Number One agency that replaces O&M Singapore this year.
4. A complete ranking of the region's top award-winning Networks.
5. New this year is our ranking of the top 10 creative directors in Asia.
6. A list of the agencies that experienced major rises in the Rankings (and those that experienced big falls).
7. A ranking of Asia's most awarded Countries - Find out which country has knocked Singapore off the top spot.
8. The results of the Asia Creative Rankings is also calculated into country-by-country breakdowns of the top agencies and creatives in each market. Featured are individual Creative Ranking charts for: Singapore, Thailand, Japan, India, Malaysia, China, Hong Kong, The Philippines, Indonesia, Taiwan and, new additions this year, Korea and Vietnam. There are 6 new number one agencies in these Country Rankings.

Get this latest issue before it sells out. Make sure you are a subscriber to Campaign Brief Asia or order a copy NOW through your local country stockist of Campaign Brief Asia.

17 Comments

Anonymous said:

So who's at number 1 - my guess is S&S Kuala Lumpur.

Anonymous said:

ogilvy singapore rules!

Anonymous said:

What about JWT Singapore?

Anonymous said:

The agency that do best at awards this year are BBDO KL, O&M Thailand, Saatchi KL and O&M Singapore. One of these will be top

Anonymous said:

5.51PM is close to the mark, I think.

They did really well at the awards in 2008 and they still picked up at them again this year. Saatchi Malaysia gets my vote.

It won't be Ogilvy or Saatchi here in Singapore as all their talent has left (how sad is Saatchi at the moment!)

Those ads for the Any Lock, featuring Orios and Doretos, won heaps of awards so BBDO, or was it Ogilvy, in Thailand should do well too. As will BBDO Malaysia as the Jeep ads won every award going.

Euro also did well and McCann HK.

I don't think JWT Singapore won much compared to these above 7.10PM

Anonymous said:

yeah.. BBDO, KL..
I love the Jeep campaign..

Anonymous said:

I think it's McCann HK.

Anonymous said:

MUN gets my vote. BBDO. BBDO. BBDO.

Anonymous said:

I didn't know people we're still playing this game. Don't you all have something better to do?

Anonymous said:

JWT mum give a high hit lot of times

Anonymous said:

Here's my top five

Ogilvy Singapore
BBDO Malaysia
Saatchi + Saatchi Singapore
Saatchi + Saatchi Malaysia
Dentsu Japan

Anonymous said:

12:37 glad you enjoy your job at FCB.

Anonymous said:

Here's my top five..
Mun. You'r the BEST!!!!

BBDO My
Mccann HK
Ogilvy SG
Saatchi My
JWT SG

A said:

No way O&M Singapore will win, they did nothing this year.
Yes - BBDO KL
Then S&S KL
Wouldn't that be good!

Anonymous said:

5:25, whats the matter? no life outside of advertising? spend your life worried about who is perceived to be more important of a person because their marketing materials scored better in a contest?

Anonymous said:

12:05, it's just a reference for head hunters.

Anonymous said:

A bloody good reference for headhunters! And why wouldn't it be.

I managed a high placing a few years back and had several offers within 2 months after.

12.05, even agencies who don't like the rankings use them to hire.

BBH took two of the highest ranking ones last year.

TBWA got the top team from KL the year before.

Look at Singapore's history of senior hires. Most have done well in these rankings..

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