BBDO NY takes 2008 world best ad agency title
By Staff, campaignlive.co.uk, Friday, 16 January 2009 10:50AM
LONDON - BBDO New York was the world's top ad agency, and had the top chief creative officer in 2008, according to the Big Won report, released today.
The survey is compiled by analysing the number and quality of awards won during each year.
It found that Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO was the top UK agency during the year, followed by Fallon and then DDB.
A spokesman for the survey said: "In 2008 we logged nearly 12,000 awards won by 1,702 different agencies - with credits to over 22,000 different people."
Big Won 2008 awards - download a word document of the full listings
This report contains:
The Top 20 agencies in the world by total creativity
The Top 20 agency groups
The top holding companies
Top 10 UK agencies
Top 10 US agencies
The top 20 campaigns by all media
The Top 10 TV campaigns
The Top 10 press/print campaigns
The Top 10 poster campaigns
The Top 10 radio campaigns
The Top 10 Alternative & Innovative Media campaigns
The Top 10 Direct Marketing campaigns
The Top 10 countries
The Top 10 Chief Creative Officers in the world
The Top 10 Executive Creative Directors in the world
The Top 10 creative directors in the world
The Top 10 copywriters in the world
The 10 top art directors in the world
The Top 10 copywriters in the UK
The Top 10 art directors in the UK
This article was first published on campaignlive.co.uk
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