Australian full service agency Atomic 212° has scored eight gongs at the Shorty Awards, which is the world’s largest exclusively digital awards program, including taking out the title of Small Agency of the Year.
The agency’s campaign ‘Lucy the Robot’ featured prominently in the awards as well, taking out the grand prizes for Consumer Brand Award, Media Buying Strategy Award and Technology Award.
Meanwhile, the company won a Gold Distinction in Retail and E-Commerce; a Silver Distinction in Integrated and Creative Use of Technology; and a Bronze Distinction in Television.
Atomic 212° chief executive Jason Dooris said: “This is an amazing result. I couldn’t be happier with the work the team is producing. This massive haul is testament to the great work coming out of Atomic 212°.”
The Shorty Awards recognise the best of the best in digital marketing, honouring the influencers, brands and companies that dominate in digital and social media. The winners are chosen by a combination of public votes and scores given by judges.
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