The Gerety Awards, the only creative prize to reward advertising campaigns that resonate most with a female audience, reveals the global shortlist along with the agency and production company of the year by country titles.
Shortlisted entries from Australia include Tomorrow’s Car for Hyundai by Fin Design + Effects Sydney; One House To Save Many for Suncorp Insurance by Leo Burnett Australia and When will she be right? for UN Women Australia by The Monkeys.
Ambassador and copy chief Vikki Ross said: “The Gerety Awards is the ad industry’s only competition to put women front and centre to judge creative work from around the world. And from a different perspective. This year, I was very lucky to be invited to bring together a team of influential and inspirational leaders to join me in reviewing hundreds and hundreds of entries. Entries so many of us hadn’t seen before, making the experience truly global and unique.
“The quality was high – so high. The work was innovative and unique. Thoughtful and thought-provoking. Fun too. Proving that even in the toughest times and the strangest of circumstances, creatives will always create meaningful and memorable work. We all left feeling invigorated and excited for the future of creativity.”
The 2022 Agency/Production Company of the year by country winners are:
UK Agency of the Year – AMVBBDO
UK Production Company of the Year – Riff Raff Films
USA Agency of the Year – McCann New York
USA Production Company of the Year – Partizan
Austria Production Company of the Year – mel p filmproductions
Mexico Production Company of the Year – Oriental Films
Belgium Production Company of the Year – Hamlet
Belgium Agency of the Year: BBDO Belgium
Japan Agency of the Year – Dentsu Inc
Philippines Agency of the Year – Dentsu Jayme Syfu
A total of 314 entries were shortlisted from 37 different countries. A truly global creative benchmark for the best advertising key numbers include:
Most shortlisted category: across different media is the Works for Good Cut with a total of 75 entries and Craft with 73 entries.
Most shortlisted campaigns: Across multiple categories, Unfiltered History Tour for VICE Media, Instagram AR Filters by Dentsu Webchutney India and Degree Inclusive for Degree Inclusive Deodorant by Wunderman Thompson Argentina.
Most Shortlisted Agency: 72andSunny with 14 entries
Most shortlisted Brand: Ikea with entries from DDB Group Italy, Leo Burnett Riyadh, McCann Madrid and Memac Ogilvy Dubai
Most shortlisted network: from 16 different offices is McCann Worldgroup
Most shortlisted Holding company: IPG with 44 entries followed closely by WPP with 41 entries
The Grand jury that includes some of the ad industry’s most renowned, respected and awarded leaders will now choose the final winners which will be announced Tuesday, September 6. It will include Gold, Silver, Bronze, Grand Prix, and overall Network and Agency of the year awards.
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