D&AD, the worldwide non-profit organization that celebrates excellence in design and advertising, has named Ogilvy Network of the Year in recognition of the outstanding work it has done for clients across disciplines.
Additionally, DAVID Miami, one of Ogilvy’s specialty brand companies, captured the Agency of the Year honor.
This year 17 Ogilvy offices around the world contributed to this recognition by collectively winning 7 Yellow pencils, 9 Graphite, 16 Wood, and 23 Shortlists.
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D&AD also awarded a coveted Black Pencil to Burger King’s “Moldy Whopper” campaign, which was the result of a creative collaboration between DAVID Miami, INGO Stockholm, and Publicis.
Ogilvy was recognized in a wide range of categories from Digital, Experiential, and Branding to Impact, PR and Packaging Design for its work for clients such as ALDI, Burger King, Coca-Cola, IBM, KFC, Kraft Heinz, Lego, Mondelez, Pernod Ricard, SC Johnson, Tyson, and Volvo, among others.
Piyush Pandey, Ogilvy Worldwide Chief Creative Officer, said: “We want to thank our clients who entrust us with their brands and have the courage to embrace big, bold ideas. This incredible recognition is a reflection of the innovative and passionate talent we have across our global network—they are the driving force behind the groundbreaking creativity that we deliver to help grow our clients’ brands and businesses.”
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This is the second Network of the Year award Ogilvy has received this year, following The One Show honor in June; it also marks the second Agency of the Year win for DAVID Miami.