DDB Worldwide earned 44 honors at the 2017 Clio Awards, including eight Gold, 12 Silver and 24 Bronze Clios. For more info click here.
DDB Worldwide earned 100 Lions at this year’s Cannes Festival, including 12 Gold, 28 Silver, and 58 Bronze. This placed DDB at #5 among the top agencies in the world at this year’s festival.
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DDB Worldwide took home three First Place, five Second Place, and five Third Place Awards, as well as five Finalist Certificates at the 2017 New York Festivals Awards this year. For more info click here.
DDB Worldwide took home seven Gold, 17 Silver, nine Bronze pencils, and 37 Merit mentions at the 2017 One Show Awards this year. For more info click here.
DDB Worldwide won two Yellow, nine Graphite, and 17 Wood pencils at the 2017 D&AD Awards this year. For more info click here.
The global DDB network finished on top at the Clio Sports Awards with a combined total of three honors for DDB Chicago and DDB Stockholm. For more details click here.
adam&eveDDB stormed the Campaign Big Awards, picking up four Gold and four Silver for Skittles, John Lewis Insurance, H&M & Harvey Nichols. And, to top it off, they won Press Agency of the Year! A huge well done to everyone!
DDB Worldwide has collectively won 14 awards and 7 Shortlist mentions at the 2016 Clio Awards. For more information click here.
DDB Berlin won a Wood Pencil at the 2016 D&AD Impact Awards for their “Check Before It’s Removed” campaign for Pink Ribbon Germany. To see the winning work click here.
Hannah Fishman, Executive Creative Director of DDB New York, has been featured in Adweek’s annual “Creative 100” issue, which highlights the biggest thinkers and doers of the year from a variety of creative fields and backgrounds. For more info click here.
Proving its mettle in effective marketing, CRM strategy shop Tasseologic partnered with DDB to take home two Golds and a Silver Award for its insightful and results-driven CRM work for McDonald’s in Singapore at Marketing’s Loyalty and Engagement Awards 2016. Of over 250 entries from across Asia submitted, Tasseologic rose to the top for Best Use of Relationship Marketing B2C (Gold), Best Use of Consumer Insight/Data Analytics (Gold) and Best CRM Strategy (Silver). For more information, click here.
DDB was honored with 101 Lions at this year’s Festival, including two Grand Prix. adam&eveDDB was our top awarded office, receiving the Creative Effectiveness Grand Prix for John Lewis “Monty’s Christmas” and the Film Grand Prix for Harvey Nichols “Shoplifters”. DDB Germany’s “Check It Before It’s Removed” campaign for Pink Ribbon alone earned 12 Lions, including Cyber Gold. Germany also received a Gold Lion in Outdoor for IKEA. Additional Gold Lions went to DDB Sydney’s #Comeonin for Sydney Opera House, “Stardust for Bowie” from DDB Brussels and Interbrand Australia’s “Shifting Perspectives”, also for the Sydney Opera House. DDB offices in New Zealand, Miami, Brazil, Stockholm, Paris, South Africa, Peru, Dubai and Spain also contributed to the network total. View Winners:
DDB agencies from London, Melbourne, Spain, Sydney, Argentina, New Zealand, New York and Brazil were honored with 32 total Pencils at the 2016 D&AD Awards, including three Yellow Pencils to DDB New Zealand in Branding, DDB Spain in PR and adam&eveDDB UK in Film.
DDB took home 13 Gold, six Silver, seven Bronze, and 21 Merit awards at One Show this year, as well as the Best in Discipline honor in Film for Harvey Nichols “Shoplifters” from adam&eveDDB. The network’s winning work came from offices around the world, including Madrid, Auckland, Buenos Aires, London, Melbourne, New York, Paris, Vancouver and Miami, among others.
Thirteen DDB offices combined to bring home 32 awards at the 30th Annual London International Awards, including the Grand LIA in TV/Cinema/Online Film to John Lewis “Monty’s Christmas” from adam&eveDDB in London. Offices from Spain, Argentina, Canada, Germany, Budapest, South Africa, The Philippines and the USA also contributed awards.
For the second consecutive year, DDB has taken home both Network of the Year and Agency of the Year titles at the Eurobest Festival of Creativity. In total, DDB received 57 awards, including four Grand Prix. Agency of the Year winner adam&eveDDB took home 17 awards including three of the four Grand Prix. Other agencies contributing to the network accolade include DDB Paris, Romance Paris, DDB & Tribal Amsterdam, DDB Stockholm, DDB Spain and DDB Germany agencies in Hamburg and Dusseldorf. This marks the sixth time in seven years that DDB has taken home top network honors.
DDB took home 78 Lions from 27 offices around the network. DDB Spain’s “Holograms for Freedom” was our top winner with a total of 16 Lions across 8 different media. adam&eve DDB brought home the Grand Prix in Film Craft for their John Lewis “Monty” Film and a Gold Lion in Branded Content. Their “The Bear and the Hare” campaign, also for John Lewis, received one of only two Golds awarded in Creative Effectiveness. DDB Paris, Amsterdam and Germany were also among our top awarded offices. Film/Radio/Cases
Overall the DDB network received 26 honors and 37 merits at One Show this year, including 6 Gold, 7 Silver and 13 Bronze. Winning offices included: London, Stockholm, São Paulo, New York, Berlin, Munich, Madrid, Vancouver, Melbourne, Auckland and Toronto.
The DDB network received a total of 25 awards and 87 Finalists, including First Prize in the Creative Marketing Effectiveness category for DDB Stockholm’s ‘The Rag Bag.’
DDB received a total of 40 Pencils at the 2015 D&AD from 13 offices representing every region of the network. Clients Mars Wrigley, Volkswagen, John Lewis, Harvey Nichols and Deutsche Telekom were among the multiple award winners.
DDB once again moved up to second in the Gunn Report with our highest point total ever, with six agencies in the world’s Top 50 in 2014: London, Auckland, USA, Australia, Germany and Spain.
DDB Worldwide was named Network of the Year for the second consecutive year and adam&eveDDB UK was named Agency of the Year. This marks the fifth time in six years that the DDB network has taken home the title. In total we received 45 awards across 12 categories, including the Grand Prix in Outdoor for Google+ Front Row.
Once again, DDB Worldwide was among the top three most-awarded networks at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity. DDB EMEA was named Cannes Lions EMEA Regional Network of the Year. DDB APAC and DDB North America each finished third in their Regional Network of the Year rankings. London office adam&eveDDB were named Cannes Lions Agency of the Year. Their Harvey Nichols “Sorry I Spent It On Myself” campaign alone took home 4 Grand Prix, 5 Gold Lions, 1 Silver and 2 Bronze Lions across 7 different media categories at the Festival.
At the 2014 Clios, 20 offices around the network combined to win a total of 35 Clios and 16 Shortlists, including 3 Grand Clios: Philippines “TXTBKS” for Smart Communications in Direct and adam&eveDDB’s “Sorry I Spent It On Myself” campaign for Harvey Nichols claimed Grand Clio for both its Ambient idea and the Integrated campaign.
DDB had 52 winners from 22 offices, including 2 Grand LIA winners for the Harvey Nichols “Sorry I Spent It On Myself” integrated campaign and John Lewis “Bear & Hare” Film, both from adam&ee DDB in the UK.
Overall 25 DDB markets around the world contributed to our top three global network ranking, with six DDB offices ranking among the top 50 agencies and five in the top 25 digital agencies in the world.
DDB was once again named Network of the Year at Eurobest and has claimed the Festival’s top ranking four of the last five years. Overall our European offices took home five gold, 19 silver, 24 bronze, and 27 finalist honors this year. DDB Paris also placed third in the Agency of the Year honors.
DDB brought home a record 93 Lions and 205 Shortlists from 44 offices across the globe, ranking us yet again among the top three networks at the Festival. Top honors received include the Mobile Grand Prix, 11 Gold Lions, two Creative Effectiveness awards and 30 Silver Lions. More
DDB Worldwide and its Tribal Worldwide division garnered 12 Webby awards, with Tribal taking home “Agency of the Year” honors. This marks the second consecutive year that DDB and Tribal have been recognized as the most awarded agency group at the show.
Our network garnered 37 awards across 12 media, including Hall of Fame honors in both Film and Print for Volkswagen.
Honored as the most-awarded Network at International AME Awards for the World’s Best Advertising and Marketing Effectiveness ideas. DDB in Germany also took home the festival’s highest honor, the AME Grand Trophy, for its “Don’t Make Up and Drive” Volkswagen campaign and DDB Canada Vancouver received a Platinum winner for their integrated Canadian Tourism campaign.
DDB Group Asia Pacific was named Creative Network of the Year for its overall 2012 performance. DDB dominated the awards with 29 wins and finalists across multiple categories and offices across the region.
For the fourth straight year, DDB maintained its second place ranking in the Gunn Report’s list of “The Most Awarded Agency Networks in the World in 2012″. DDB claimed two of the world’s top 20 most-awarded commercials, six of the top 20 print campaigns and three of the top 20 digital campaigns. DDB offices in UK, Paris, Australia, Amsterdam and Argentina were recognized among “The Most Awarded Advertising Agencies in the World”. Amsterdam, Paris and Germany were also named among the “The Most Awarded Digital Agencies in the World”.
DDB Worldwide was named Campaign’s 2012 Network of the Year, recognized for its innovative creative work from around the globe, client expansion and new initiatives throughout a game-changing year.
DDB took home the coveted Network of the Year title with 37 awards representing every region in the network. The Grand Prix in the press category was awarded to DDB Helsinki for McDonald’s, which also won one of the network’s eight Golds. Additionally DDB took home 28 Silver and Bronze awards across a wide range of categories.
The prestigious Network of the Year honor was awarded to DDB Worldwide for the most awards and finest caliber of work across categories. The network received a total of 19 medals representing 10 countries from every region across the globe.