Australia dominates Young Glory 2017/18 comp; Ogilvy's Jane Le + Ash Myburgh claim top spot

33372247_588241324004_6478714684319989760_n-1 (1).jpgCB Exclusive - Teams from Sydney and Brisbane have taken home the top four spots in global 'creative consistency' award platform Young Glory, with the top placed teams flown to C2 Montreal to present their ideas at the Cirque du Soleil founded creative conference.

Ogilvy Sydney's Jane Le and Ash Myburgh
have won professional overall first place while
David Jones-Hawke and Serge Ozegovic
from Banjo Advertising
Sydney have claimed second.

Young Glory see teams earn points over 8 months, across 8 briefs, set and judged by 8 creative leaders from around the world.
This season's judges came from Droga5, Wieden+Kennedy, BBH, GPY&R, Party, CP+B, Ansible and Pepsi.

Numerous Australians featured in the judging line-up too, including Ansible CEO Ross Raeburn, Droga5 group CD Andrew Fergusson and PepsiCo senior manager Greg Tan.

The Australian teams who dominated the professional category came from Ogilvy, Banjo and BMF in Sydney. Whilst a Brisbane duo from BCM and Redsuit claimed fourth spot.

They were joined by winners in the student category from Denmark, Canada, U.S.A, Sweden and Russia.

Says Brendan Graham, co-founder, Young Glory: "Young Glory is truly a global competition, but I think Australia's dominance this year reflects the flexibility Australian creatives develop in the industry, working nimbly across many brands and many types of projects.

"Above all though, Young Glory is a program that rewards work ethic, and this season's winners demonstrated that in spades."

A full list of Young Glory's 2017/18 World Champions can be found here.

Memberships for Young Glory's 2018/19 Season will open soon.

2017/18 OVERALL WINNERS LIST:

Professional First Overall:
Jane Le & Ash Myburgh
Ogilvy Sydney
Sydney, Australia

Professional Second Overall:
David Jones-Hawke & Serge Ozegovic
Banjo Advertising
Sydney, Australia

Professional Third Overall:
Emily Field
BMF Advertising
Sydney, Australia

Fourth Overall:
Anais Read & Matthew Newman
Redsuit Advertising & BCM
Brisbane, Australia

Student First Overall:
Alexander Keblow Kofoed & Christian Skjøtt
Danish School of Media and Journalism
Copenhagen, Denmark

Student Second Overall (tied):
Hayley Mcostrich & Runda Dong
Miami Ad School
Toronto, Canada

Hsiu Chi Kuo & Wei Wang
Academy of Art University, School of Advertising
San Fransisco, U.S.A

Student Third Overall (tied):
Emelie Svensson & Emiilije Bodinger
Yrgo
Gothenburg, Sweden

Maddie Rosenberg & Ela Kallonen
Miami Ad School Toronto
Ontario, Canada

Sergey Belozerov & Julia Grezina
Wordshop
Saint-Petersburg, Russia

9 Comments

Dave + Serge said:

Well deserved guys!

JMak said:

Killing it ladies. Bravo.

Qlder said:

Nice work, everyone. Some really great ideas.

Ben Smith said:

Great work guys!

Jenna said:

Yaaasssss Ash and Jane!

leisai said:

Gucci Gang! Proud of you girls xx

Marina said:

So proud of you guys x

EF said:

What an absolutely incredible achievement for the individual teams and Australia!

Molly said:

Nice work Dave and Serge! Gold next year ;)

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