Dentsu takes out Regional Network of the Year for Asia at London International Awards: Dentsu Inc Tokyo named Regional Agency of the Year + Illusion Bangkok announced as the Regional Production Company of the Year for Asia

Dead Whale_new.jpgDentsu has been named the London International Award's 2018 Regional Network of the Year for the Asia region.

Wins from Dentsu Inc., Tokyo; Dentsu One, Bangkok; Dentsu Jayme Syfu, Philippines; Dentsu Creative X Inc., Tokyo and Dentsu One, Taipei all contributed to their winning this award.

Dentsu Inc., Tokyo was named Regional Agency of the Year for the Asia region.  

Photographic and digital imaging studio Illusion Bangkok was named Regional Production Company of the Year for the Asia region.
LIA Of The Year Awards are calculated based on a point system of winning work chosen by the Juries across all media.

LIA uses the creative credits that are input at time of entry to award those points. The Network, Agency and Production Company within the region that attain the highest scores based on entries that win Statues or attain Finalists' status will be honored with Of The Year Award.

LIA STatues.jpgThe 33rd Annual London International Awards judging convened over a 10-day period in Las Vegas. The Juries, drawn from the world's most recognized talent and presided over by industry leaders, viewed and scored every entry within their medium, ensuring that all the work was judged equally.
 
This year Asia brought home 88 of the coveted LIA statues, 15 Gold, 35 Silver, 38 Bronze. They also attained 20 Finalists.

In total 704 LIA statues, in addition to finalists, were awarded from 40 countries. The top countries were United States (210), Germany (111), Australia (53), United Kingdom (50), and Canada (41).

The 2018 Global Of The Year Awards were awarded to:

Global Network of the Year: McCann Worldgroup

Global Agency of the Year: BBDO New York

Global Independent Agency of the Year: Jung von Matt, Hamburg

Global Health & Wellness and Medical Network of the Year: FCB Health

Global Production Company of the Year: MJZ

Global Post-Production Company of the Year: The Mill

Global Music & Sound Company of the Year: Rumble Studios, Sydney

Ali Rez, Regional Creative Director at Impact BBDO Middle East and Pakistan and LIA Print, Poster, Billboard, Ambient and Verbal Identity Juror, stated "Judging at LIA was a truly inspiring experience, not only due to the quality of work, but also because of the incredible jury selection. It was an honor to be in the room with so many brilliant minds from the industry. I was very impressed with the creative work from the UAE, with its highly relevant cultural insights and unique solutions."

Paul Chan, Chief Creative Officer of Cheil Hong Kong and LIA Integration Juror, stated, "It was an absolute pleasure to be a part of this integration jury, led by the one and only Mark Tutssel. Hands down, this is one of the strongest line-ups I've been locked in a room with. Thoughtful, insightful, critical and opinionated. It was a cracking year for work too. The top pieces were all incredibly brave, powerful and thought provoking. More importantly, they permeated culture and sparked conversations that led to great understanding, which ultimately led to positive cultural change. Kudos to all the deserved winners."

This year, twelve GRAND LIAs for the best of categories were awarded - see all of them here.




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