10 Times In A Row!

Today, OMD Worldwide was awarded Global Agency Network of the Year for the 10th consecutive time by the Gunn Report for Media. Maintaining the  leadership position the agency has held at the top of the rankings since the report was launched in 2004.

The Gunn Report for Media is the industry standard for evaluating media creativity, ranking agencies according to their performance in the top industry awards shows around the world. Most importantly, it recognizes the vital role media agencies play in today’s highly competitive and fragmented communications landscape. The rankings reflect a point system based on awards won in more than 50 annual award competitions worldwide.

This is an extraordinary accomplishment that celebrates the leadership, vision and courage of our clients to inspire creativity. Our ability to top the list for a 10th time in a row recognizes the collective achievements of all our people and the lasting relationships we’ve built with our clients.

Additionally, OMD & m2m Australia’s “Penny the Pirate” campaign for OPSM was one of only eight campaigns worldwide named an Outstanding Media Campaign of 2015 (defined as a campaign that won media awards at four or more regional or global festivals.)

The recognition of creativity through awards is a reflection of how hard we are pushing ourselves to better our work year over year, going the extra mile every time to deliver better ROI to our clients. To achieve this 10 times in a row, acknowledges our global commitment and common ambition for sharper insights, smarter ideas and stronger results.

Our consistent performance is made possible by our people’s passionate pursuit of creativity that challenges our clients to believe in bigger, bolder, and braver ideas around the world.

We thank our amazing clients for their support and dedication.

Many congratulations OMD’ers, thank you – and well done!

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