The Cannes Lions global award for creative excellence in healthcare communications has seen two Aussie agencies take out bronze.
The awards ‘Lions Health’ saw a bronze Lion go to JWT Sydney for its campaign for Johnson & Johnson’s Combantrin product.
Saatchi & Saatchi in Sydney also received a bronze Lion its work on for Luxottica’s OPSM eye-screening tool, entitled ‘Penny the Pirate’.
Dentsu Nagoya, Japan, took home the first ever Health & Wellness Grand Prix for its entry ‘Mother Book’ for Kishokai Medical Corporation.
“Lions Health is the first of its kind – not only has it given the healthcare communications industry an event to call their own, it has offered insights and learning through a line-up of outstanding global speakers along with an invaluable two days of networking and discussion,” Louise Benson, festival director of Lions Health, said.
“Alongside this, the awards have provided a true benchmark for the industry, helping to establish creativity’s place within it. Congratulations to all of the inaugural winners.”
Have a look at all the winners here.
Kathy Calvin, president and CEO of the United Nations Foundation, said: “The Lions Health – United Nations Foundation Grand Prix for Good was created to inspire the best in creative health communications for social good.