Announcing B&T Awards 2019 Shortlist (Part 2)

Announcing B&T Awards 2019 Shortlist (Part 2)
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Welcome to part 2 of the B&T Awards 2019 shortlist.

If you missed part 1, check it out here.

The following contains the rest of the categories, including Best Media Campaign, Best Digital Services, Best OOH Campaign and some of our new categories such at the B&T Bravery Award and Executive Leader of the Year, just to name a few. 

If you’ve been shortlisted, make sure you also supply one of the following to viv@bandt.com.au by October 19 to show as you (hopefully) pick up a trophy: a showreel of up to 15 seconds – 16:9 in H264 HD OR a team photo in high res, 16:9 dimension, JPEG

Please also double check your company name is spelled correctly; otherwise you could have a trophy which has a spelling mistake on it. So email viv@bandt.com.au with any changes by October 4.

Early-bird tickets will also only be available until October 4! If you’ve been shortlisted, we highly, highly recommend you grab your tickets now – because you definitely want to pick up your trophy in person. Get them right here.

This year’s B&T Awards will be held Friday, 22nd November 2019 – The Venue, Alexandria, Sydney.

So without further ado, here’s part two of the B&T Awards 2019 shortlist!

B&T Award for Bravery (new)

CHE Proximity Velocity Frequent Flyer – The Earnbassadors
CHE Proximity NRMA – Safety Hub
Cummins&Partners Specsavers – Priceless Eyes
DDB Australia Westpac – Separation
South Australian Tourism
Commission
South Australia Tourism Commission Rewards Wonder
Special Group Uber Eats – Australian Open Ambush
The Monkeys MLA New Australia Land
The Monkeys Berlei – Stop your Boobs Playing their Own Game

 

Best Ad Campaign

BMF ALDI – Pointless Points
BMF ALDI – Santa Crashes Christmas
CHE Proximity Velocity Frequent Flyer – The Earnbassadors
CHE Proximity RACV – Cover for their Overconfidence
DDB Australia Westpac – Help in the moments that matter
News Corp Australia The Heart Foundation – Australia’s Worst Serial Killer
Special Group Uber Eats – Tonight Ill Be Eating
The Monkeys MLA New Australia Land
The Monkeys NRMA – Dont Drive Naughty Drive Nice
WiTH Collective GoDaddy – Raygrance

 

Best Digital Campaign

CHE Proximity NRMA – Safety Hub
Edelman PayPal Christmas Campaign
Leo Burnett Samsung Sponsored Post by Leo Burnett
MediaCom The Secret Life of Pets 2
PHD Priceline Flu
The Monkeys Krispy Kreme Throwback Party
The Royals Spotify Student Premium
Thinkerbell Our Watch – Doing Nothing Does Harm
True Sydney and This Is Flow Hydralyte
Web Profits Logitech – Get Your Game Face On

 

Best Digital Services

G Squared
Murmur
Online Marketing Gurus
Reload Media
Rocket
Sparro
Web Profits
webqem

 

Best Media Campaign

Alchemy One Bank Australia Clean Money
CHE Proximity Velocity Frequent Flyer – The Earnbassadors
MediaCom The Secret Life of Pets 2
News Corp Australia The Heart Foundation – Australia’s Worst Serial Killer
PHD Childrens Panadol First Timers
PHD A little help with the footy, like only Google can
PHD Rexona Moments of Sweat Discomfort
Thinkerbell Our Watch – Doing Nothing Does Harm

 

Best Out of Home Campaign

Deakin University Mind Racer
Fed Square Fed Square Big Screen Gaming
M&C Saatchi News in Colour
Special Group Uber Real Time Pickup Posters
The Royals Athena Home Loans – Love us and leave us

Best PR Campaign 

CampaignLab Fuji Island  Picture Perfect Paradise
Cummins&Partners Walk Like a Woman for Plan International
Herd MSL scUber: Changing perceptions about the Great Barrier Reef
Icon Agency Reverse the threat campaign for Stay Smart Online Week
Map and Page, Westpac Westpac Life Moments Separation Campaign
News Corp Australia The Heart Foundation – Australia’s Worst Serial Killer
POEM The Alternative Burger
The Monkeys MLA New Australia Land

Best Programmatic Trading Team

Acquire – Custom Programmatic
Bench
UM – Australian Government
Xaxis Australia

Best Radio/Audio Campaign 

Cummins&Partners Walk Like a Woman for Plan International
Isobar Australia Twenty Second Podcasts
Mamamia Westpac The Split
PHD Sound of summer
The Monkeys MLA New Australia Land

Best TV Campaign 

BMF ALDI – Santa Crashes Christmas
BMF ALDI Pointless Points
Common Ventures Missing Persons Week: Hold onto Hope
DDB Australia Westpac Help in the moments that matter
M&C Saatchi CommBank Womens Cricket
Special Group Uber Eats Australian Open Ambush
The Monkeys Canadian Club Who Made Beer the Boss of Summer
The Monkeys Berlei Stop your Boobs Playing their Own Game
The Monkeys MLA New Australia Land

Best Use of AR/VR (new)

Aqualand Aqualand Blue at Lavender Bay
Isobar Australia Carriberrie
Luminary PGH Bricks and Pavers Visualiser
Paper Moose The Shepherd Centre x Experience Hearing
Snapchat To The Seas
Think HQ VMIA Strategy Launch
Urban Sydney Olympic Park Authority – Cycling Adventure 360

Best Use of Social Media

Brandalism Scyon Walls Brandalism
CHE Proximity Velocity Frequent Flyer – The Earnbassadors
Edelman PayPals Influencer Campaign
Herd MSL Tim Tam Slam – The ritual that took over Australia’s social feeds.
Isobar Australia Foot Locker – Tune the Tuned
Leo Burnett & Spark Foundry Captain Morgan Captain Influencer by Leo Burnett
Leo Burnett & Starcom Samsung Sponsored Post by Leo Burnett
Mango Streets Coolest One Hundred
Switched On Four Pillars Gin Turning Summer Orange
The Monkeys Krispy Kreme Throwback Party

Best Use of Sponsorship

Because Creative Experiences Sydney Water Bring it to Win it
Rufus powered by Initiative Australia Amazon Echo powers smarter homes on The Block
Map and Page, Westpac Westpac Life Saver Rescue Drone Program
Map and Page, Westpac Westpac Invictus Games Sydney 2018 partnership
Octagon QBE Insurance – Swans ‘Flash Fabric’
Ogilvy AAMI AFL Sponsorship
Secret Sounds Connect THE ICONIC x Falls Festival
Special Group Uber Eats Australian Open Ambush
Thread Communications Samsung QLED 8K Lounge

Content Marketing Strategy of the Year

CHE Proximity Velocity Frequent Flyer – The Earnbassadors
Facebook Face to Face podcast
Edelman PayPal mCommerce
Isobar Australia Five Things Every WSU Students Should Know
Keep Left Orthodontics Australia Brand Campaign
Daresay Optus ‘Yes’ Business
WWF-Australia Net-Free North: we bought the net, now shop the sunnies
Yes Agency, UM and Amobee Mundial

Data-Driven Marketing (sponsored by Upland Adestra)

Accordant Accordant WSU Offer and Enrolment Autumn 2019
AFFINITY From the couch to the Coast
Alpha Digital Hyper Relevant Search Marketing for Petbarn
CHE Proximity NRMA – Safety Hub
Cummins&Partners Jeep Trackhawk
Finecast & WaveMaker UNHCR Addressable DRTV
HYLAND Agency Group Sydney Airport
OMD Maccas Monopoly Playing to WIN
PHD Childrens Panadol First Timers
Verizon Media Kim Crawford Rose My Moments Campaign

Executive Leader of the Year

Aimee Buchanan – OMD Australia
Brent Hill – South Australian Tourism Commission
Chris Freel – UnLtd
Chris Howatson – CHE Proximity
Chris Jeffares – Cummins&Partners
Jane Waterhouse – Bauer Media
Leilani Abels – Thrive PR + Communications
Mark Lollback – GroupM
Melissa Fein – Initiative Australia
Suzy Smiley – Apparent

Marketer of the Year (new)

Amy de Groot – Fed Square
James Lawrence – Rocket
Jenny Melhuish – Westpac Group
Mark Richardson – ALDI

Media Brand of the Year

Bauer Media
Broadsheet
RYOT Studio

Media Sales Team of the Year

Bauer Media
Broadsheet
PLAYGROUND XYZ

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