Winning brands at Cannes: your one-stop guide to the gongs

Google Voice Search scooped Grand Prix in Media Lions
Google Voice Search scooped Grand Prix in Media Lions

Marketing has crunched the numbers and brought together the ultimate ranking of which brands stole the show at the Cannes Lion Festival of Creativity 2012.

 Google comes out top in our ranking - which allocates different scores according to the top gongs - picking up two Grand Prix awards and five Golds.

Italian Down Syndrome charity Coordown Onlus' project for World Down Syndrome Day won seven Golds, putting it into second place in our ranking.

Coca-Cola takes third position with a Grand Prix and five Golds.

Brands Awards Campaign(s) Agency/ies
Google Coordown Onlus / World Down Syndrome Day The Coca-Cola Co TNT Turner Broadcasting System
Nike Canal+ The Peres Center for Peace Unilever
Australian Defence Force / Defence Universities Sponsorship American Express Chipotle Austria Solar
Banco Popular de Puerto Rico Help Remedies Carlsberg Engagement Citoyen
Intel Lego Mercdes-Benz Daimler
Go Outside Magazine Honda Motor Kraft 2 Grand Prix (Mobile, Media) 5 Golds (Film, Cyber, Design)
7 Golds (Promo & Activation, Film, Direct, PR, Media)

Grand Prix


5 Golds

(Promo & Activation, Direct, Outdoor)

6 Golds (Promo & Activation, Media, Design, PR, Outdoor) 2 Grand Prix (Titanium, Cyber) 3 Golds (Titanium, Branded Content & Ent)
Grand Prix (Film Craft) 4 Golds (Film Craft, Film) 5 Golds (Film, Direct, PR, Media) Grand Prix (Creative Effectiveness), 3 Golds (Promo & Activation, Outdoor, Press) 4 Golds (Promo & Activation, Direct, Media)
2 Grand Prix(Promo & Activa-vation, Direct), 1 Gold (Cyber) 2 Grand Prix (Branded Content& Ent, Film), 1 Gold (Film Craft) Grand Prix (Design)Report 2011 2 Golds (Design, Direct) Grand Prix (PR), 2 Golds (Branded Content & Ent, PR)
Grand Prix (for Good), 2 Golds (Promo & Activation, Direct) 2 Golds (Promo & Activation, Media) 3 Golds (Promo & Activation, Branded 3 Golds (Branded Content & Ent, Film, Cyber)
3 Golds (Promo& Activation, Direct, Outdoor) 3 Golds (Radio, Outdoor) Grand Prix (outdoor), Gold (Direct) Grand Prix (Radio) 1 Gold (Radio)
Titanium Lion, 1 Gold (Cyber) Titanium Lion, 1 Gold (Branded Content & Ent) Hilltop Reimagined for Coca-Cola, All is not lost, Google voice search, Rome 3 dreams of black, Google Integration day
Sprite shower, Coca-cola polar bowl, Share a coke, #Cokeheads Push to add drama The CNN Ecosphere Nike+Fuelband I am playr, Corrida SP-RIO Bear
Blood relations Axe, Recipe Chocolate, Ice cream, Ketchup, Orange juice Fireworks, Petrol Station Mobile Medic Small business gets an official day
Cultivate, Back to the start The Solar Annual The most popular song Help I want to save life
Bikers The return of dictator Ben Ali The museum of me Lego Builders of Sound
Cabo, Reunion, Boss The invisible drive Repellent Radio Connecting Lifelines
Ted Williams Fight Hunger,Wheat Thins & Colbert Grow Interactive; Hakuhodo, Tokyo; Manning Gottlieb OMD London; North Kingdom Skelleftea;Johannes Leornardo New York Saatchi & Saatchi Milan Ogilvy Brasil; Wieden+Kennedy Portland; Ogilvy & Mather,Sydney Ogilvy Shanghai
Duval Guillaume Modem; Heimat Berlin R/GA, New York We R Interactive, London; Livead, Sao Paulo BETC, Paris Baumann Ber Rivnay; Saatchi & Saatchi; Ramat Gan
Ogilvy Brasil; Lowe Singapore George Patterson Y&R, Melbourne Crispin Porter+ Bogusky Boulder Creative Agency, Los Angeles
Serviceplan, Munich JWT San Juan Droga5, New York Duval Guillaume Modem Antwerp
Memac OgilvyLabel Tunisia, Tunis Projector, Tokyo Taiyo Kikaku, Tokyo Serviceplan, Munich Net#work BBDO Johannesburg
Jung Von Matt Hamburg Talent, Sao Paulo Dentsu, Tokyo Crispin Porter +Bogusky, Boulder; Starcom Mediavest Group, New York


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