Spikes 2015 Highlight: Grey Group is the best performing Singapore agency at Spikes Asia

Bindi.jpgThis year's Spikes Asia saw Grey Group Singapore bring home a total of two Grand Prix, two Gold, five Silver and five Bronze. In the healthcare category alone, the agency bagged a total of one Gold, three Silver and one Bronze.

The overall performance defines Grey Group Singapore as the number one agency in Singapore, and the best performing agency in Healthcare in Singapore, second year in a row, and this year across Asia-Pacific too.
Piano.jpgThe works, Talwar Bindi's "Life Saving Dot" and GSK Scott's film "Momazing", were the most highly-awarded single pieces in Healthcare by Grey Group Singapore.

"It's an amazing achievement to win two Grand Prix and to be recognised as the best performing agency in Singapore at this year's Spikes Asia. To cap it off, the most awarded agency in healthcare in Singapore for the second year running is a milestone, and this year, we managed this for Asia-Pacific too. The team has done what it does best - produced famously effective work," said Nirvik Singh, Chairman & CEO of Grey Group Asia-Pacific.

Spikes Asia 2015 Healthcare - Agency Ranking - offices             
Grey Singapore - 30
MC Saatchi Sydney - 15
Cheil Seoul - 7
Colenso BBDO NZ - 6
BBDO Mumbai - 5
OZMA Tokyo - 5
TBWA Melbourne - 5
McCann Mumbai - 4
JWT Manila - 3
JWT Bangkok - 3
JWT Hong Kong - 3
Healthy Thinking Sydney - 3
GPY&R Brisbane - 3
TBWA Hong Kong - 3
McCann Malaysia - 3
Clemenger BBDO Sydney - 3
Hakuhodo Tokyo - 3
Affinity Darlinghurst - 3
BBDO Bangkok - 1
Innocean Seoul - 1
Beacon Tokyo - 1        
McCann Tokyo - 1
Ogilvy Bangalore - 1

Spikes Asia 2015 Healthcare - Network Ranking
Grey APAC - 30

MC Saatchi - 15
BBDO - 15
JWT - 9
TBWA Melbourne - 8
McCann - 8
Cheil Seoul - 7
OZMA Tokyo - 5
Y&R - 3
Healthy Thinking Sydney - 3
Hakuhodo - 3
Affinity Darlinghurst - 3
Ogilvy - 1
Innocean - 1
Beacon - 1

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