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The 2021 Clio Awards have announced their winners and Ogilvy has been selected Agency Network of the Year for the fifth time in the last ten years. Additionally, DAVID Miami was awarded the Agency of the Year honors.
By the end of the night, Ogilvy had taken home 4 Grand Clios, 12 Gold, 30 Silver, 29 Bronze and 37 Shortlists, with contributions coming from 25 Ogilvy offices around the world.
The network earned for Grand Clios all for their work on the “Moldy Whopper” Burger King campaign which was a collaboration between DAVID Miami, INGO Stockholm, and Publicis. The campaign earned the designation in the Social Media, Out-of-Home, Print, and Creative Effectiveness categories. DAVID Miami also brought home Golds in Branded Entertainment & Content and Direct for its “Stevenage Challenge” work for Burger King, while Ogilvy Mexico won a Gold in PR for “Victoria 1,8” for Cerveza Victoria.
“Winning Agency Network of the Year and Agency of the Year at the Clios is a tremendous honor, and proof of the strength and depth of our global creative network,” Piyush Pandey, Global Chief Creative Officer and Joe Sciarrotta, Deputy Global Chief Creative Officer.
“We are extremely grateful for the contributions of our teams across the Ogilvy network, whose brilliance and hard work earned these amazing honors, all in the face of the unprecedented challenges this year brought. We also send our deepest thanks to our clients for their bravery, trust, and collaboration.”
Last year, Ogilvy also earned Network of the Year honors at both The One Show and D&AD Awards.
“Ogilvy’s borderless creativity results in meaningful, long-lasting impact for brands, for consumers, and for the world—and being recognized for that with this honor is thrilling for us,”Andy Main, Global Chief Executive Officer.
“We are incredibly proud of all our amazing teams who contributed to this wonderful achievement and grateful to our clients for their continued partnership.”
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