The best work in the world according to the Clio Awards

  • PopPress
  • September 22, 2014
  • StopPress Team
The best work in the world according to the Clio Awards

Although no Kiwi agencies picked up a Grand Clio at the 55th edition of the prestigious American Awards show, the list of nine winners in the various categories provide a concise summary of another fantastic year of creativity from across the world.

Of all the agencies to pick up one of the big gongs, only Harvey Nichols' 'Sorry I Spent' and British Airways' 'The Magic of Flying' won across more than one category. And There were also several winners that carried their Cannes success across the Atlantic, with Chipotle's 'The Scarecrow' and Volvo's 'Live Test Series' collecting the major gong at the Clios          

Here's the final list of the Grand Clio winners:

Branded entertainment and content category: 'The Scarecrow' for Chipotle by Creative Artists Agency

      

Content and contact: 'Live Test Series' for Volvo by Forsman & Bodenfors 

Direct: 'TXTBKS' for Smar Communications by DDB DM9JaymeSyfu  

Engagement and Integrated media: 'Sorry I spent it on myself' for Harvey Nichols by adamandeveDDB

Film: 'Sapeurs Documentary' for Guinness by Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO

Innovative media and out of home: 'The Magic of Flying' for British Airways by OgilvyOne London

Public relations: #LikeAGirl for Always by Leo Burnett Toronto

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