Advertising Age has released the 2016 A-list Report, which includes Alma DDB, adam&eveDDB, and DDB North America’s new CEO, Wendy Clark, among the top winners. Alma DDB placed eighth on the A-List, adam&eveDDB was named a 2016 Creativity Innovator, and Wendy Clark was named as one of the four Executives to Watch in 2016.
Alma DDB’s success in the Hispanic market has attracted so much recognition that the agency’s reputation is quickly crossing over into mainstream markets. Alma’s strong tradition of exceptional work has not only created lasting client relationships, but has also won well-deserved awards acclaim. According to Ad Age: “Even with low-interest categories like household cleaning products, Alma won more creative awards in 2015 than any other U.S. Hispanic agency.”
adam&eveDDB’s inclusion as one of Ad Age’s 2016 Creativity Innovators of the Year recognizes the agency as having some of “the best and brightest innovators in the field.” Ad Age acknowledged adam&eve’s 2015 work for John Lewis in bestowing the award, as well as its Harvey Nichols work, the H&M work with David Beckham, and its holiday work for Mars Temptations.
DDB North America CEO Wendy Clark was not only named one of the four Executives to Watch in 2016 by Ad Age, but is called out as one of “Four Industry C-Suiters Who Are Poised to Spark Exciting Changes.” Having been appointed DDB North America CEO effective the beginning of this month, Clark caught the attention of Ad Age for her impressive client-side experience and promise to inspire success throughout the network.
Ad Age’s 2016 A-List highlights executives, agencies, and work that “wowed in 2015.” To read more about Alma’s win click here, to read about adam&eveDDB click here, and to read about Wendy Clark click here. To read the full A-List, click here.