Marketing Design Awards announces shortlist

LONDON - Following a day of judging earlier this month, the panel for the Marketing Design Awards has announced its finalists.

The winners will be announced at an awards luncheon on 4 November, 2009 held at Grosvenor House, Park Lane, London.

To enjoy an afternoon of celebrating the best of current design, networking and a three-course lunch,  visit www.marketingdesignawards.com to book a table.

Product Sector

Alcoholic Drinks

  • To be announced at Awards luncheon

Automotive, Marine, Aerospace

  • Blue Marlin for Shell
  • Fitch for Goodyear Dunlop
  • TRO for BMW

FMCG

  • 1HQ for Nestle Rowntree
  • Blue Marlin for Shell
  • Coley Porter Bell for Dylon

Home Shopping & Retail

  • Checkland Kindleysides for Timberland European Services
  • Landor Associates for Pick n Pay
  • Shelton Fleming Associates Ltd for Ministry of Defence/The Army

Media and Entertainment

  • 23red for Bacardi
  • Red Bee Media for BBC

Pharmaceutical and Healthcare

  • Corporate Culture Ltd for Merseyside PCTs
  • Dew Gibbons for Boehringer Ingelheim
  • Elmwood for SSL International

Sport and Leisure

  • Circle for Marylebone Cricket Club
  • Coley Porter Bell for Museum of London

Third Sector

  • Action for Children
  • Felton Communication for Living Streets
  • Macmillan Cancer Support
  • TRO for Home Office

Design Use

Packaging

  • boxer for McDonald's
  • Cowan London for Heinz
  • jones knowles ritchie for Premier Foods
  • Lewis Moberly for Waitrose.
  • Taxi Studio for Willie's World-Class Cacao

Customer Communications

  • John Brown for Virgin Group
  • Pauffley for SSL International
  • Pauffley for Deutsche Bank
  • True North for National Portrait Gallery

Brand Experience

  • Imagination Ltd for Samsung Electronics
  • Jack Morton Worldwide for Ericsson
  • Shelton Fleming Associates Ltd for Ministry of Defence/The Army

Direct Marketing

  • Dave Soho Ltd for Channel 4 Battlefront
  • GI Direct
  • Stocks Taylor Benson

Digital

  • Forster for The National Trust
  • Nucleus for Rothschild
  • Red Bee Media for UKTV

Identity

  • Brandhouse for Mars
  • Mystery for Giraffe
  • Red Bee Media for UKTV
  • The Workroom for Reckitt Benckiser
  • True North for Tate Liverpool

Product Launch

  • 20|20 Limited for B&Q
  • Kay Why Marketing for Dairy Farmers of Britain/Milk Link
  • Mystery for Masala Masala
  • Red Bee Media for UKTV
  • The Brand Union for SABMiller

 

 

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