Leo Burnett Group Malaysia crowned overall agency of the year at A+M Agency of the Year awards 2015 for the second year in a row

LB Malaysia.jpgAt the sixth annual Advertising + Marketing Agency of the Year awards in Kuala Lumpur last Friday, Leo Burnett Group Malaysia was awarded with the coveted "Overall Agency of the Year" title for the second year in a row.

The agency "swept the pool", winning six Gold awards out of eleven agency categories including Brand Consultancy of the Year, Creative Agency of the Year, Digital Agency of the Year, Direct Marketing Agency of the Year, Event Marketing Agency of the Year and Public Relations Agency of the Year. It also won two Silver awards in the Mobile Marketing Agency of the Year and Social Media Agency of the Year categories.
This year's Agency of the Year Awards is in its sixth run since it started in 2010 as an agency awards programme judged solely by client marketers. Twenty three senior client marketers representing brands such as Citibank, Nippon Paint, InterContinental Malaysia, Maxis and Tenaga Nasional, amongst others, took part in the judging process this year.

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