Leo Burnett Melbourne most awarded Aussie shop at Epica Awards with Gold, Silver + Bronze

impossible-thumb-400x147-159373.jpgLeo Burnett Melbourne has emerged as the most awarded Australian agency at the international Epica Awards - the only global creative awards judged by the advertising trade press - with the agency winning one Gold, one Silver and one Bronze.

Leo Burnett scored one Gold for SPC Ardmona '#SPCSunday' in Social Networks, one Silver for Honda 'Honda H20' in Media Innovation - Alternative Media and one Bronze for the same campaign in the Consumer Direct category.
Other Australian agencies scoring awards included Joy Sydney which scored a Gold and a Silver for H&R Block 'We Don't Miss A Thing' and Finch scored a Gold for New Zealand Transport Agency 'Mistakes'.

McCann Sydney, GPY&R Brisbane, Edelman Sydney, Alt.vfx and Havas Worldwide Australia all scored one Bronze each.

Grand Prix winners include Leo Burnett Beirut for Virgin Radio 'Making Music' in Media; Publicis Conseil for Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle 'Paris Zoo' in Recreation & Leisure and BBDO New York for GE 'The Boy Who Beeps' in Corporate Image.

Judged by more than 40 senior editors and publishers from the marketing and creative press - CB's Michael Lynch represents Australia and NZ - Epica guarantees an objective approach and extensive media coverage. All entrants receive a copy of the annual Epica Book, a 400-page bible of creativity. Epica is taken into account by prestigious global rankings.

Founded in 1987, Epica is the point where the creative industries (advertising, design, media, PR and digital) meet the world's marketing and communication press. In the crowded awards sector, it has a different angle on creativity.

View the full list of winners - Epica 2014 - All winners - RF 141120.xlsx


chase said:

Good win LB Melbourne.
Congrats to Leo Burnett Australia for being the only agency to enter EVERY single award show out there. I'd love to know what their awards budget is. Must be close to $1m across Sydney and melb offices.

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