Middle East celebrates New York awards haul

Lowe Dubai will this week collect a Gold World award from the New York Festival for its work on Emirates Sky Cargo.

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By  Richard Abbott Published  July 24, 2005

Lowe Dubai will this week collect a Gold World award from the New York Festival for its work on Emirates Sky Cargo. The Middle East will also bag one silver and five bronze awards in the design and outdoor advertising awards in a major show of force from the region’s advertising agencies. Intermarkets Dubai will pick up a Silver World award for Prison Bars — a campaign to promote World Press Freedom Day. Meanwhile, there are two Bronze World awards for Memac Ogilvy — for Volvo and Breast Cancer. Other bronze winners will be JWT Dubai for Veet, TBWA/Raad Dubai for Khaleej Times, and Partnership Dubai for Al Othaim. Partnership Dubai is nominated as a finalist twice for Shoe Mart and Home Centre, while Promoseven is a finalist for both Al Aqah Beach Resort and Emaar Annual Report. Other finalists include TBWA Raad Dubai for Nissan, Memac Ogilvy Dubai for Amex, Impact BBDO Dubai for Bounty, Team Y&R Dubai for Theatrics, Black Pencil Dubai for Watty-1, Saatchi & Saatchi Dubai for Ariel, Impact BBDO Riyadh for Diet Pepsi, JWT Dubai for Kitkat, Impact BBDO Jeddah for Dubai TV, and Bates Pan Gulf Dubai for Dubai Autism Centre. The awards were revealed by MBR Group Dubai, which is the local representative of New York Festivals and One Show Awards in the Middle East.

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