7 MAR 2017
BWM Dentsu recognised in Campaign Brief's Hot + Cold List
BWM Dentsu has moved up the ranks in Campaign Brief’s hotlist of agency movers and shakers following the release of outstanding creative work in 2016.
The agency was recognised for the Chadstone 'Tailor Made Store', Dr. Oetker Ristorante Frozen Pizza 'Remote Ristorante, Papa G's 'Cull the Kale’ and REA 'Sale Scent' campaigns, which were created by the BWM Dentsu Melbourne team.
Both the Sydney and Melbourne offices also achieved a higher placement in the Campaign Brief Agency Creativity/Billings Index, or ‘Hot+Cold’ list.
The list, which was launched in 1997, determines an agency’s ranking in comparison to the rest of the industry by relating its size to its creative product.
BWM Dentsu Chief Creative Office, Rob Belgiovane, said the accolades were well deserved.
“The Melbourne team has been doing an incredible job of developing and executing work that captures consumers’ imaginations and delivers outstanding results for our clients. We are proud to encourage this kind of creative, outside-the-box thinking and look forward to seeing more fantastic work from the team.”
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