Bartle Bogle Hegarty netted three top accolades at the Account Planners
Group Awards this week with its work for Polaroid and the New Covent
Garden Soup Company (see report with this issue).
BBH’s advertising for Hugo Boss, Levi’s and Haagen-Dazs was also
BBH’s Polaroid work, planned by Karen Hand and Cindy Gallop, picked up
the Grand Prix and the gold award in the international campaign section.
The New Covent Garden Soup Company campaign, with planning by Mark
Teasdale, took the gold in the new print campaign category.
Other gold award winners included Publicis’s Michael Ellyatt for his
work on Hula Hoops in the revised campaign section; Julie Porter of
Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO for the Volvo 850 campaign in the new broadcast
campaign category; and Jes Conway of Ogilvy and Mather for Bupa in the
Beth Barry, the chairman of the APG and O&M’s joint planning director,
announced the organisation’s first honoured members. Those named
included John Bartle, joint chief executive of BBH, Leslie Butterfield,
chairman of BDDH, Gary Duckworth, chairman of Duckworth Finn Grubb
Waters, and Paul Feldwick, planning director of BMP DDB Needham.