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Mullenlowe Group China Wins Agency Of The Year 2018 Award

The agency also won two awards for their Buick smart home 'Velite 5 Lifezone' campaign

Mullenlowe Group China Wins Agency Of The Year 2018 Award

MullenLowe Group China has bagged three awards at the prestigious IAI International Advertising Awards held in Beijing.                     
                                                            
The agency won two awards for their Buick smart home 'Velite 5 Lifezone' campaign — Gold for Auto Marketing and Silver for Outdoor. In addition, MullenLowe Group China was also named IAI’s Agency of the Year (Greater China) 2018.

Over the past year, MullenLowe Group China has evolved to a more digital-centric structure and strengthened their creative team, to drive integrated marcom offerings in China. This has led to stronger organic growth amongst existing clients, as well as driven successes in new business development.

Commenting on the win, Richard Tan, CEO of MullenLowe Group China said, “It’s truly a honor to be named Agency of the Year 2018 by IAI International Awards, and we want to express our heartfelt appreciation to the organization and the panel of jury that have nominated us for the award. It is indeed a great testimony to our performance and effective work done for our clients. We will continue to strive towards better creativity to steer better outcomes for our clients’ businesses.”

From left to right: The trophy of Gold award for Auto Marketing, the trophy of Agency of the Year Greater China 2018, the trophy of Silver award for Outdoor

From left to right: Limbo Chen (Group Account Director, MullenLowe Group China), Richard Tan (CEO, MullenLowe Group China), Simon Cao (Head of Talent Management, MullenLowe Group China)
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