APAC’s most prestigious creative communications awards reveals this year’s winners
Spikes Asia has announced the Grand Prix and special awards winners in the 2022 Spikes Asia Awards, adding to the gold, silver and bronze winners announced Wednesday (March 2).
A total of 23 agencies that won gold Spikes, or Spikes in categories that don’t award gold, silver and bronze, have had their awards elevated to Grand Prix status as of now. In addition, ‘The Lost Daughters’ for SANLAAP by Wunderman Thompson Mumbai has been announced as the winner of the Grand Prix for Good.
In the special awards, DDB was crowned Network of the Year, with MediaCom taking the equivalent award for media agencies.
The Agency of the Year is DDB Mudra, and Special Auckland wins Independent Agency of the Year. Among the Grand Prix winners (see full list in Campaign Asia-Pacific), ‘The Unfiltered History Tour’ by Dentsu Webchutney is a quadruple winner (Design, Mobile, PR and Radio & Audio).
In addition, two campaigns won two of the best-in-show awards each: ‘One House to Save Many’ by Leo Burnett Sydney (Innovation and Integrated) and ‘Give a Flybuys’ by CHE Proximity (Film and Music).
Spikes Asia received 3,043 entries and juries shortlisted 639 pieces of work.
Read the full list of winners in Campaign Asia-Pacific.
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