In a close contest, Equilibrium wins inaugural Campaign Brief WA Digital Agency of the Year

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In a very tight result, Equilibrium has won Campaign Brief's inaugural Digital Agency of the Year award.

Led by long-time principal Warren Gibbs, Equilibrium has over the past decade successfully transitioned from a small, traditional agency into a powerhouse digital agency. It has steadily built its capabilities and reputation, and in the past year completed some very smart work - creatively and technically - for both existing and new clients. It also significantly expanded the agency's resources with the purchase of Polygon Digital, and capped it all with a move to new premises in the CBD.

Close runners-up were Humaan and Juicebox, both of which also put in excellent submissions that showcased an impressive breadth of work being produced. 

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A holistic results-oriented approach to strategy, design and UX has seen Humaan win several major clients over the past year, including Telethon, National Trust of WA, Perth Mint, Hawaiian Ride For Youth, Australia Day WA and The Prendiville Group. 

Juicebox's move to a new, purpose-built studio in West Leederville was just one highlight in a successful year working with several well-known brands across their marketing with a focus on digital advancement and innovation.

Innovation was a common thread through all seven submissions, and overall, the award has highlighted that Perth is very well served by agencies doing technically advanced, results-focused work across diverse and dynamic categories.

The seven agencies that submitted for the inaugural award are featured in the June edition of Campaign Brief WA, which will be published later this week.


Justin said:

Well done guys!

Pete Liddell said:

Many years of hard graft putting in place some really solid systems and processes have finally paid off. Well done team EQU. Thoroughly deserved.

Andrew Doyle said:

Congratulations! Nice to see the digital side of advertising getting more recognition too!

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