Colenso BBDO and Chemistry Interaction both pick up Gold Awards at the 2017 ECHO Awards

trucklow-thumb-400x269-244438.jpgColenso BBDO and Chemistry Interaction have both collected Gold at the 2017 ECHO Awards.

DB Export has continued its successful run of form picking a up a Gold ECHO in the Best Use of Experiential category and silver in both the Best Integrated Campaign and Best Customer Acquisition Campaign categories. These wins follow on from DB Export winning a highly coveted, and rarely awarded, Diamond ECHO 2016 for Brewtroleum.
The overall Colenso tally was added to further with BNZ winning gold for 'How old will you be?' in the Financial Products & Services category and the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation winning gold for the 'Annoying Lump' in the Best Use of Search / Display category. Pedigree also won silver for 'The Child Replacement Programme' in the Consumer Products & Services.

Chemistry Interaction scored a Gold, Silver and Bronze for Sovereign Insurance 'Healthy By Sovereign', a Silver for Contiki 'Contiki Squad' and a Bronze for IAG NZ 'State Click. Pop. Win.'.

Republik picked up a Silver for Unitec NZ 'Unitec NZ takes the classroom to the people'.
 
Says Wayne Pick, executive creative director and head of CX design, Colenso BBDO: "The ECHOs are a tough global show, with only one Gold per category to recognise both creativity and effectiveness. So we're absolutely thrilled for our clients and the agency team, to come away with six awards across four different clients."

Says Scott Coldham, managing director, Colenso BBDO: "We're not just happy about being recognised in a show of this nature, but in the spread of clients and categories too. Very pleasing result for our clients and the agency."

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