Kiwi nomination numbers up as 2011 Clio shortlist announced

  • Advertising
  • May 1, 2011
  • StopPress Team
Kiwi nomination numbers up as 2011 Clio shortlist announced

The One Show shortlist was announced last week and, for the Kiwi agencies, it was a big improvement on the previous year. And it's the same story for another big New York award show, Clio, with 12 New Zealand entries making the cut, up from five in 2010. DDB managed three, JWT, Colenso and The Sweet Shop got two and Clemenger BBDO, DraftFCB and Strategy received one each. There were no Kiwi nominations in the interactive, direct, integrated, print or student categories. The awards will be handed out on 19 May. 

Colenso BBDO picked up New Zealand’s only gongs at last year's Clios, taking home a gold, silver and two bronzes for the Going West and Bleeding Billboard.

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