Ogilvy & Mather Takes Out Agency of the Year at Australian Catalogue Awards

Ogilvy & Mather Takes Out Agency of the Year at Australian Catalogue Awards
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Ogilvy & Mather was crowned agency of the year on Friday at the 23rd Annual Australian Catalogue awards, an event that celebrates the creativity, diversity and success of catalogues as a media channel.

Held at The Palladium at Crown, the event is affectionately referred to in the industry as the ‘Catalogies’.

Kellie Northwood, Executive Director, ACA said of the night: “It was a great event and there was certainly a lot to celebrate for this year’s winners, who are all very deserving. A special congratulations goes to Ogilvy & Mather – being honoured as agency of the year is undoubtedly a standout achievement.”

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“The awards are still the foremost retail event of the year and this night of nights aims to reward excellence and talent in an effective, vibrant and sustainable media channel.”

This year’s Major Award winners are:

  • Best Young Designer 2014 (Sponsored by Macmechanics and Offset Alpine Printing) – Jason O’Mahony of Cumming Agency and Studios, who received $5,500 as a cash prize.
  • Best Young Talent 2014 (Sponsored by Stora Enso) – Sophie Bond of AIW Printing
  • Catalogue Retailer of the Year (Sponsored by Norske Skog)

(Up to 1.5 Million Catalogues) – Myer

  • Catalogue Retailer of the Year (Sponsored by Norske Skog)

(Up to 3.5 Million Catalogues) – Telstra

  • Catalogue Retailer of the Year (Sponsored by Norske Skog)

(Over 3.5 Million Catalogues) – Dan Murphy’s

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