Articles Tagged ‘agency of the year’
MAOY Gold: PHD’s winning strategy
Rather than bending on prices, the agency has distinguished itself with planning.
MAOY Silver: OMD plans for content
The launch of its Alternator division gave the agency a new content play that’s integrated into media plans.
MAOY Bronze: Starcom’s year of disruption
The agency focused on data and embraced digital to win new clients.
Deadline nears for Media Director award entries
Agencies have until June 30 to submit their candidates for strategy’s Media Director of the Year.
AOY entry deadline extended
You have a few more weeks to submit your intent to enter our agency competitions.
Calling all media execs
The Media Director of the Year competition is now open for entries, with candidate nominations due June 30.
Touche! wins Media Agency of the Year
Leo Burnett won Agency of the Year, while DDB/Tribal Worldwide nabbed the top Digital prize and MSLGroup took PR.
MAOY Bronze: Jungle Media’s nimble advantage
The scrappy young agency’s flexible approach helps it land a Bronze this year.
MAOY Gold: Touche’s walk-on win
The agency had a banner year, increasing revenue, bringing on new clients and now winning Gold.
Media Director of the Year: Vision7′s Joseph Leon
The self-proclaimed “data nerd” was chosen by the MAOY judges for the honour this year.
MAOY Silver: Starcom’s silver lining
With a new president at the top, the agency picked up a handful of new clients and continues to focus on content and data.
2015 Agency of the Year shortlists revealed
Did your shop make the cut? Here are finalists in the agency, digital, media and PR competitions.
Media Director of the Year entries now open
It’s time to throw your fearless leader’s name in the ring. But be quick about it, submissions close July 31.
Calling all agencies, from creative to PR
Strategy’s Agency of the Year awards is open for entries, with names of cases due May 18.
MAOY Gold: OMD turns up the heat on tech
A recap of the returning winner’s big year: including the addition of a new tech-focused division and a data-driven planning model.