In January 2014, the Clio Awards announced the launch of Clio Sports and the inaugural Clio Sports Awards. The awards honour breakthrough work in sports marketing and advertising globally and we’re pleased to share that GPY&R Melbourne took away three awards at the inaugural event last week.
As always, the Toyota AFL Multicultural Round campaign celebrates the many wonderful cultures who all share a common passion for footy. This year though, the public will hear from individuals on a grass roots level – those dedicating their time to local clubs for no other reason than their love of the game in a campaign via GPY&R Melbourne.
This article by our Y&R Group MD, Andrew Dowling appeared today in BRW
There is a lot of hot air in our industry about innovation. Claims of world firsts, media firsts, technology firsts. Designed-for-creative-award-show-circuit firsts.
But to my mind, there’s an important distinction between being the first to do something and executing an idea that genuinely changes the way we meet customers’ needs.
GPY&R Melbourne’s ‘Air Force FM’ for Defence Force Recruiting took out the Direct Grand Prize at the New York Festivals International Advertising Awards last week.
In addition to the Direct Grand Prize, it took one First Prize, one Second Prize and one Third Prize as well.
Nicholas Sellers, GPY&R Melbourne’s Digital Art Director, shares some of his observations from this year’s SXSW Interactive.
For me, the greatest change that stood out in 2014 was the shift in focus. Last year I felt that single technologies were being recognised, whereas this year, there was an increase in rules and trends within the functionality of upcoming technology.
This piece by our Y&R Group COO, Jason Buckley appeared today in Marketing Magazine
We have always believed that great ideas come from making connections between brands, and the human and cultural contexts in which those brands exist.
The advertising we produce – whether in the form of TV commercials, posters, websites or social media campaigns – is simply a means to an end, where the desired end result is a reaction in someone’s head upon seeing or hearing our communication. Everything we do is geared towards influencing that reaction.