124. Agency of the Year | Female Frontiers | Latest ads reviewed
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It was an eventful day at The Brewery last Thursday (16 March), as Campaign’s Female Frontier Awards and Agency of the Year Awards returned for 2023.
Digital Cinema Media’s Karen Stacey took home CEO of the year at the Female Frontiers Awards, while Publicis Groupe shop Leo Burnett picked up the prized Creative Agency of the Year accolade.
Leo Burnett’s chief executive Charlie Rudd joins Stacey to discuss their recent accolades, creating populist work, and the future of cinema advertising.
Later in the podcast, Dan Fisher, global executive creative director, Unilever and special projects at Ogilvy, and Noel Hamilton, executive creative director at Neverland dial in to review some recent work: Apple “Quiet the noise” by TBWA\Media Arts Lab; Coca-Cola “Masterpiece” by Blitzwork; Amazon Prime “Tache” by Wieden & Kennedy London; and Guinness “Make it a St Patrick’s Day to remember” by Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO.
Gurjit Degun, Campaign's creativity and culture editor, discusses the John Lewis Partnership shortlist and Bartle Bogle Hegarty’s “frightening” Tesco ad, which has received 58 Advertising Standards Authority complaints.
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