Australia dominates Young Glory round 7 - Ogilvy Sydney's Leisa Ilander awarded Gold and Bronze; fellow Aussie team 'Imported Goods' takes Silver

leisa.jpgCreative teams from Australia have swept the latest Round of Young Glory - the international advertising competition designed to find the industry's most consistent creative talents.

Ogilvy Sydney's Leisa Ilander took home both a Gold and a Bronze in the Professional Category, moving her to first place on the Professional Leaderboard. Fellow Australian team 'Imported Goods' (consisting of creatives from  Apostrophe Copywriters, DDB Melbourne and The Anatomy) also took home a Silver and a Shortlist.

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Shahak Shapira.jpgIn the student category Catarina Araujo and Miguel Monteiro from UTS and the DM Creative School were awarded a Bronze, whilst Thomas Eltvik and Torstein S. Skogedal from RMIT scored a Shortlist.

Shahak Shapira and Duncan Munge from Miami Ad School Europe and a team from Berghs School of Communication in Sweden rounded out the student awards, with a Gold and Shortlist respectively.

The Round 7 brief was all about ensuring the upcoming  42nd Just for Laughs comedy festival sells out. Says Marc Fortin, senior partner and VP executive creative director at lg2 in Montreal:

"The spectrum of work that I had to judge was exceptionally wide. Interactive, viral, mobile...these new components are more important than ever in determining which idea has the most potential to lift a brand. I saw some really solid work. Some really bold work. And I chose what I thought had the potential to stand out. "

The Final Round of Young Glory is now underway, with Aussie expat and CCO of R/GA North America Nick Law in the judge's seat.

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Rich said:

Congrats Leisa. Awesome effort.

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