In pictures: Celebration time at the New Thinking Awards 2016

Agencies and brands came together last night to celebrate the Marketing New Thinking Awards 2016, held in partnership with Sky Media.

  • Sky Media's Rachel Bristow and New Thinking co-chair Roisin Donnelly in conversation

    Sky Media's Rachel Bristow and New Thinking co-chair Roisin Donnelly in conversation

  • Monster's Andrew Warner

    Monster's Andrew Warner

  • New Thinking judges Sal Pajwani and Matthew Williams

    New Thinking judges Sal Pajwani and Matthew Williams

  • Sky Media's Nick Lewis takes in the winners' gallery

    Sky Media's Nick Lewis takes in the winners' gallery

  • Campaign's acting UK editor Gemma Charles

    Campaign's acting UK editor Gemma Charles

  • Burberry is named Innovative Brand of the Year. Marta Brnicevic and Isabel May from the luxury fashion brand receive the award from Sky Media's Rachel Bristow

    Burberry is named Innovative Brand of the Year. Marta Brnicevic and Isabel May from the luxury fashion brand receive the award from Sky Media's Rachel Bristow

  • Channel 4's Persona Synthetics scoops the Grand Prix

    Channel 4's Persona Synthetics scoops the Grand Prix

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The event, which was  held at One Marylebone, central London, saw 20 gongs given out to best-in-class work powering successful brands.

Click here to view full list of results

Click here to find out more about the winners

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