Leo Burnett triumphs at Kinsale Shark Awards

Leo Burnett, M&C Saatchi, Publicis London were among the winners at this year's Kinsale Shark Awards.

Always: '#likeagirl' by Leo Burnett
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M&C Saatchi pick up two Gold awards for the Optus "clever buoy" campaign at Ireland’s creative festival, while Publicis London picked up two Golds for Depaul UK, "street stories".

AIS London also won received two Gold awards for Harrison’s Fund, "I wish my son had cancer" campaign.

Leo Burnett picked up Network of the Year with its French office named Agency of the Year.

The network picked up 19 gold awards overall along with numerous silver and bronze trophies for work including, The Mimi Foundation, Theatre de la Bastille and Jeep across ambient, design, film, print and digital categories. Leo Burnett London won Gold in Digital for Business in the Community, "second chance".

Forsman and Bodensfors bagged The Grand Prix Award for it award winning Volvo Trucks, "epic split" campaign.

Starcom performed well in the media categories, picking up two Golds and two Silvers for work with Heineken and Coors Light.

The BBDO network was also a big winner, collecting awards for work for PepsiCo, Anheuser-Busch, GE, Monster.com, AT&T, Hewlett-Packard, Diageo, Mars, FedEx and Eurostar.

The Young Shark Award went to Victoria Lench and Joshua Cunningham from Publicis London.

Jury members for the Awards included Gerry Human from Ogilvy London, Jeremy Lee from Campaign, Joel Templin from The Hatch Design Agency, Katrien Bottez from Duval Guillaume Belgium and Liam Wielopolski from DDB South Africa.

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