Our participation in this year’s Media Week Awards was highly anticipated, with 12 shortlists in the running, including Agency of The Year and Media Leader of the Year. Whilst we didn’t win AOTY or Media Leader of the Year for our founders, Ben, and Andrew, we did take home an incredible three Gold awards, two Silvers and a Bronze. This included winning the much-coveted Grand Prix, meaning we won the double-double. Not only did we win the Media Week Grand Prix two years in a row, but also the Campaign Media Awards Grand Prix two years in a row, and for four different clients. Our wins across the two-day ceremony include:

Gold for the Grand Prix for ITV’s ‘Britain Get Talking’ (View our work here).

Gold for Agency Media Idea: £250k – £1m for ITV’s ‘Britain Get Talking’, with our partners Uncommon.

Gold for Long-Term Media Strategy for Yorkshire Tea’s ‘Proper Road to No.1’.

Silver for Agency Media Idea: £250k – £1m for Ecover’s ‘Laundry Against Landfill.

Silver for Large Collaboration: Budget over £250k for ITV’s ‘Britain Get Talking’, with our partners Uncommon.

Bronze for Best Use of Content over £250k for ITV2’s ‘Blood Squad’, with our partners NHSBT and JOEmedia (View our work here).

A huge thank you to all of the Media Week Awards judges, our glorious Goodstuffers, clients and media partners. Take a look at all the winners from the night here.