International Young Glory competition comes to an end with Aussies dominating results

YoungGlory2012.jpgThe first ever season of Young Glory has come to a close after 8 months, 8 briefs and 8 judges from international agencies like AKQA, Wieden+Kennedy, BBH New York, OgilvyOne India and R/GA.

The most recent and final round was judged by freshly appointed global CCO of R/GA Nick Law, who described the entries as "way beyond classic advertising".

Says Law: "The great transition our industry is going through will be inherited by an impressive group of people."
One of the winning Aussies, Daniel Grech, also represented Australia in the Cannes young lions comp for film this year.

Overall Professional Winners 2011-2012

Winning Team (pictured):
Aron Tzimas, Crystal Fong, Daniel Grech and Stefanie Digianfincenzo
Agencies: Apostrophe Copywriters, The Anatomy and DDB Melbourne

Alan Jones
Agency: DraftFCB, Auckland

Third Overall:
Leisa Illander
Agency: Ogilvy Sydney

Overall Student Winners 2011/2012

Tied Winning Team:
Shahak Shapira & Duncan Munge
School: Miami Ad School Europe

Tied Winning Team:
Ludvig Sandstrom, Thomas Samsioe and Mate Nagy
Berghs School of Communication

Third Overall:
Thomas Eltvik and Torstein S. Skogedal
RMIT University, Melbourne

For Winners Infographics and the results of Nick Law's Round 8 brief, CLICK HERE.

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