Australia takes home three Silver statues + two Bronze statues at the 2016 Clio Health Awards

Screen Shot 2016-04-06 at 9.31.49 am-thumb-400x250-215480.jpgClio Health has today announced its 2016 winners. Australia has scored three Silver statues and two Bronze statues.

J. Walter Thompson Sydney has scored the most metal for Australia including a Silver in Film Technique for Parkinson's NSW 'The Lucky Ones' and a Bronze in Film.

Ogilvy CommonHealth has scored a Silver in Integrated for Metacam 'Still Going Strong', CHE Proximity Sydney has taken home a Silver trophy for Iberogast 'Family Emergency' in the Print Technique category and McCann Health Sydney scored a bronze for its self promotional work 'The Healthy Unhealthy Christmas Hamper' in the Design category.
2016 Grand Winners:
    • Design: serviceplan for Dot Incorporation, "DOT. The first Braille Smartwatch." (Germany)
    • Innovation: serviceplan for Dot Incorporation, "DOT. The first Braille Smartwatch." (Germany)
    • Out of Home: J. Walter Thompson Colombia for Luki, "Lifesaver Backpack"
    • Print: TBWA\HAKUHODO Inc. for Kurashiki Central Hospital, "Surgeon Tryouts Campaign" (Japan)
    • Public Relations: Dentsu, Inc. for Green Ribbon Project Committee, "Second Life Toys" (Japan)
    • Social Media: DAVID for MACMA, "Manboobs" (Argentina)
    • Integrated Campaign: Calder Bateman Communications for HIV Edmonton, "HIV Tonight" (Canada)

serviceplan Munich was named Agency of the Year; Dot Incorporation, Korea was named Advertiser of the Year and J. Walter Thompson was named Network of the Year.

Clio Health has been the benchmark for excellence in this highly specialized field, recognizing creativity that not only meets the advanced needs of consumers but addresses the sophisticated challenges, demands and opportunities of a fast-evolving, rapidly expanding marketplace and industry.


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