BBDO Bangkok took home a total of 35 awards, including the “Popular Award”, with the most awards related to its “Speed Limit Monk Statue” campaign for the Thai Health Promotion Foundation and the “Immortal Adoption” campaign for Thai Dog House.
The wins reinforced BBDO’s position as a leading Thai and global advertising agency, according to a news release from the agency.
Suthisak Sucharittanonta, chairman and chief creative officer of BBDO Bangkok said the creative agency were honoured and pleased that their work was recognised.
“This year, we continued to develop work under the concept of ‘New World Creative’, focusing on new and creative innovation for brands and consumers, which also nicely corresponds to the ‘No Format Creativity’ theme of the Adman Awards 2017.”
This year, BBDO Bangkok won 1 gold, 14 silvers, 18 bronzes, and 12 finalist awards from 11 clients and 13 pieces. They were for: Speed Limit Monk Statue; Thai Health Promotion Foundation, Immortal Adoption; Thai Dog House, Hearing Rescue; Thai Health Promotion Foundation, Band Tee Detector; Joox Thailand, Unlock Han Zi; Air-Asia, Hurricane; Close to Nature, Overcome the taste with the benefits; Doi Kham Food Company Limited, and Ball Campaign; Bhumsirisuk Co Ltd.
Adman Awards and Symposium is the biggest marketing campaign competition in Thailand, initiated in 2004 and organised by the Advertising Association of Thailand. The concept of this year was “No Format Creativity” to support the power of creative ideas without limits.
Published : November 09, 2017
By : The Nation