Clemenger BBDO, Melbourne's 'Give Registry' wins two Gold + Best of Discipline in PR at One Show; CHE Proximity wins 2 Gold for Cochlear

GiveRegistry_Window02_SML[2]-thumb-400x266-228557.jpgClemenger BBDO Melbourne and CHE Proximity had impressive performances at the first night of The One Club for Creativity's 45th annual One Show, the most prestigious global competition celebrating creativity of ideas and quality of execution.

Clemenger BBDO was awarded Best of Discipline and a Gold Pencil in Public Relations for "Give Registry" on behalf of Myer.

Gold Pencil winners from Australia on this first night of The One Show were:
●    CHE Proximity Australia with Revolver/Will O'Rourke, both Sydney "The Hearing Test in Disguise" for Cochlear in Health, Wellness & Pharma.
●    CHE Proximity Australia with Revolver/Will O'Rourke, The Glue Society Studios and Noise International, all Sydney "The Hearing Test in Disguise" for Cochlear in Moving Image Craft.
●    Clemenger BBDO, Melbourne "Until We All Belong" for Airbnb in Design.
●    Clemenger BBDO, Melbourne "Give Registry" for Myer in Public Relations.
Craft.

Globally, McCann New York picked up the most Gold Pencils for the night with eight, including five for "Fearless Girl" on behalf of State Street Global Advisors.   BBDO New York was runner up with six Gold Pencils, including five for P&G "The Talk".

Best of Discipline winners for the first night of The One Show were:
●    Branded Entertainment: MRM//McCann, Madrid "Beyond Money" for Banco Santander.
●    Design: Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam with New Amsterdam and Mindshare, all Amsterdam, "The Lioness Crest" for Nike.
●    Direct Marketing: McCann New York with Visbal Sculpture, Inc., Lewes, Delaware and Traction Creative, New York "Fearless Girl" for State Street Global Advisors.
●    Health, Wellness & Pharma: McCann Worldgroup India, Mumbai with McCann Health, Delhi, both India, and McCann Health Global, Washington, DC, "Immunity Charm" for Ministry of Public Health, Afghanistan.
●    Intellectual Property: Colenso BBDO, Auckland, New Zealand "Pedigree Selfie STIX Clip" for Mars.
●    Moving Image Craft: MPC, London and Los Angeles with MJZ, Los Angeles and Leo Burnett, Chicago "Samsung, Ostrich" for Samsung.
●    Public Relations:  Clemenger BBDO, Melbourne, Australia "Give Registry" for Myer.
●    Responsive Environments: TBWA\Hakuhodo Inc. with Tohokushinsha Film Corporation, both Tokyo, "Green Light Run" for adidas Japan.

Says Kevin Swanepoel, CEO, The One Club for Creativity: "These Best of Discipline winners are a true reflection of the global breadth of today's amazing creative work, and of the global scope of The One Show itself. From Amsterdam to Auckland, Madrid to Melbourne, agencies and brands around the world are taking creative excellence to a new level.  The One Show is proud to be the awards program to identify, elevate and celebrate that great work on a global scale."

McCann New York's "Fearless Girl" for State Street Global Advisors and BBDO New York's "The Talk" for P&G each won a Gold in the Cultural Driver Award, recognizing influential ideas and executions that had a major impact in their respective cultures and environments, and exist outside the traditional categories in advertising and design.  

The One Show Green Pencil, recognizing the single most environmentally conscious creative work for the year, was awarded to AMV BBDO and LADbible, both London for "Trash Isles" on behalf of LADbible and Plastic Ocean.

On the night, 299 Pencils -- 116 Gold, 82 Silver and 101 Bronze -- and 535 Merits were awarded for work from 37 countries.  A total of 19,823 entries were received from 73 countries this year.

The first night of The One Show was hosted by comedian Chris Gethard, host of "The Chris Gethard Show", the "Beautiful/Anonymous" podcast, star of "Career Suicide" and, according to his website, "a guy you've seen on television and in movies from time to time but can't quite place".

This year's winners are announced on two nights of The One Show during The One Club's Creative Week, May 7-11, 2018 in New York.  

The second night of The One Show, awarding work in Cross Platform, Film, Interactive, Mobile, Print & Outdoor, Radio, Social Influencer Marketing, Social Media, UX/UI, Penta Pencil, the first-ever CMO Pencil, Best of Show and other special awards takes place on Friday, May 11, 2018 at Cipriani Wall St.

The preeminent festival showcasing the intersection of advertising, innovation and creative thinking, Creative Week also includes the ADC 97th Annual Awards, the dynamic Young Ones Education Festival, inspiring sessions with some of the biggest names in the industry at the Creative Summit, and the exclusive Executive Creative Summit, open to a limited number of top-level leaders (founders, CCOs and managing partners).

Sponsors of Creative Week 2018 are Shutterstock, Facebook, Musicbed, Nickelodeon and Pinterest.

The One Club for Creativity, producer of the prestigious One Show, ADC Annual Awards, Creative Week and Portfolio Night, is the world's foremost non-profit organization recognizing creative excellence in advertising and design.  The ADC Annual Awards honors the best work across all disciplines, including Advertising, Interactive, Design and Motion. Creative Week takes place in New York City every May and is the preeminent festival celebrating the intersection of advertising and the arts.

VIEW THE FULL LIST OF AUSTRALIAN + NZ WINNERS - One Show May 9 spreadsheet-Australia-NZ.xlsx

3 Comments

Haven't seen it but... said:

The Give Registry is a timely, meaningful and – sadly – necessary idea.
Given the number of women it's helped, it doesn't seem like just another slick awards entry either.
Nice.

Copy Desk said:

I also hadn't seen the GIve Registry. Truly inspiring. It's raising awareness and also making a material difference to people's lives. It's a great idea. My partner provides legal assistance to family violence victims and I sent her the link. Her response was 'fucking brilliant', but also 'how have I not heard of this before?' Let's hope awareness of this initiative continues to grow over time.

After a while said:


Do Clems and CHE just seem a little bit award hungry at the expense of ..well ...everything else.
I get a really sad feeling that all these awards are trying to compensate for something.

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