Omnicom’s Digital Agency Resolution Wins Google Agency Of The Year

Omnicom’s Digital Agency Resolution Wins Google Agency Of The Year

For the second year in a row, Resolution, Omnicom Media Group’s (OMG) digital agency has been awarded the Agency of the Year Award in Google’s prestigious Honours program.

The award recognises the achievements of the very best Performance marketing agencies and providers across Australia and New Zealand – with 142 agencies participating in the program in its third year running.

Resolution was awarded the Google Partners Honours Award for ‘Performance Agency of the Year 2019’, along with Agency of the Quarter for Omni Channel Solutions and Mobile Solutions.

“We’re thrilled to receive such a prestigious award for the second year in a row” said Des Odell, CEO (feature image) of Resolution Australia. “This has been a yearlong endeavour by our remarkable Resolution team. In this time, our Resolution team made over 100 individual case study submissions and qualified for over 900 certifications to ensure we were well equipped to take home both the overall Agency and several individual awards”.

Odell added, “Winning the Agency of the Year title over two consecutive years shows that we have the teams and processes in place to consistently deliver remarkable results for our clients”.

In addition to taking home the prestigious Agency title, one of Resolution’s key team members, James Foster won Q4 Video Action Superstar. Previous quarters also saw Taleigh Grubb win Q3, Search Excellence Superstar, Kirti Ramani took home Q3 Automation & Display Rockstar, Kathryn Wilson Q2 Business Outcomes & Measurement Rockstar and Samuel Zaranski’s win at Q2 Search Excellence Superstar.

To qualify, Performance marketing agencies were invited to enter the Awards and were measured against specific product metrics indicative of best practice in each category – metrics designed to deliver the best possible business results for clients.


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