Finalists for the Australasian Promotional Marketing Association's (APMA) Star Awards have been announced, with 23 agencies shortlisted for promotional and experiential marketing gongs.
Finalists for the Communications Council-supported awards were selected by a panel of 34 judges, across 16 categories, with the Zoo Republic, Leo Burnett Melbourne and 30thirty securing the most nominations.
APMA member agencies were also able to nominate account service or creative staff for the Young Achiever of the Year title. The finalists for the creative title include young staff from 30thirty, The Zoo Republic and Below The Line.
Alicia Beachley, APMA Star Award committee member, said: “With so much change taking place in our industry in recent years, it is truly inspiring to assess the ways in which marketers are adapting to deal effectively with new technologies and consumer demands. The Star Award finalists are great examples of this.”
The award winners will be announced at the annual Star Awards bash on 26 June in Sydney.