For the seventh consecutive year, Leo Burnett Worldwide came out on top at the International ANDY Awards
, winning 16 awards, the most by any network, at the 52nd annual show held in New York.
"The ANDYs is the first major show for the calendar year that sets the bar for the industry's most outstanding creative work," said Mark Tutssel, Leo Burnett Worldwide chief creative officer and creative chairman of Publicis Communications. "I'm proud of the winning teams at Leo Burnett who have shown bravery in pushing the boundaries of advertising to create impactful work for our clients."
The network received nine Gold, five Silver and two Bronze for work from its Buenos Aires, Chicago, Frankfurt, Istanbul, Jakarta, Madrid, Paris, Sao Paulo, Sydney and Toronto offices.
Leo Burnett Paris won three Gold for the Atlantic Heaters "37 Days" campaign in the categories Branded Content: Environmental Design; Long Format Video Ads/Web Film: Household Consumer Products & Services; and Cinematography.
Samsung's "Safety Truck," a groundbreaking innovation by Leo Burnett Buenos Aires, also received two Gold, in Out of Home Advertising: Creative Technology and Reset: Corporate Responsibility.
Leo Burnett Sydney's "Just" for WWF took home two Gold, for Out of Home Advertising: Public Service/Non-Profit Organizations and Printed Materials: Package Design.
The remaining two Gold were awarded to Leo Burnett Toronto's rebranding campaign for House-Maison in the Printed Materials: Graphic Design category; and Leo Burnett Jakarta's "Beef Broccoli, Chicken Risotto, Fruit Salad" campaign for GoMart Delivery Service in Radio: Retail Foods.
The annual International ANDY Awards is organized by the ADVERTISING Club of New York, representing the vision and mission of a vibrant international advertising community across crafts.