The best of the best: who won in Campaign's 2015 Annual awards

Campaign visited Adam & Eve/DDB, the7stars and RGA/London to speak to its executives about winning the top accolades in this year's Annual.

Last Thursday Campaign unveiled its Annual issue, our picks of the top agencies, campaigns, advertisers and people in the industry this year.

For the second year in a row, Adam & Eve/DDB took home our Advertising Agency of the Year crown. The ten-year-old independent the7stars was named Media Agency of the Year, and Channel 4 picked up two awards.

The number-one campaign featured a twerking businessman in hot pants and heels.  

Here is our essential guide to the best of 2015:

Advertising Agency of the Year: Adam & Eve/DDB

Media Agency of the Year: the7stars

Customer Engagement Agency of the Year: Proximity

Digital Innovation Agency of the Year: R/GA London

Campaign of the Year: "you’re so Moneysupermarket"

Advertiser of the Year: Channel 4

Production Company of the Year: Somesuch

Medium of the Year: Channel 4

Advertising Network of the Year: BBDO

Media Network of the Year: PHD

The best work and people:

TV and cinema ads

Creative leaders

Advertising suits


Account planners

Media suits

Commercial chiefs

Media buyers

Media planners

Digital innovations

Press ads

Outdoor ads

Regional press ads

Customer engagement ads

Radio ads


Jeremy Bullmore’s advice columns

The worst of 2015:

Top turkeys

Ten things to forget


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