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Gunn Report: Del Campo Saatchi & Saatchi named second most creative agency worldwide

7 Feb 2013 08:12
BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA: Historic results for the Argentine agency, placing them on the podium with Wieden+Kennedy New York and BBH London.
Led by Pablo del Campo, the Argentine agency achieved this position working with such clients as Procter & Gamble, BGH, the InBev Beers (Quilmes, Andes, and Norte), Sony PlayStation and Sony Cyber-shot, Coca-Cola, and Kraft, among others.

"Achieving second-place in the ranking of the Most Awarded Agencies worldwide makes me extremely happy, in part because the advertising industry is both immense and immensely competitive. But mostly because I feel that having risen from 5th, to 4th, and now 2nd place demonstrates the consistency of our work over time and proves that we are getting better year-by-year. We're playing in the big leagues now and this accomplishment is thanks to our clients and to the talent and drive of our team, led creatively by Maxi Itzkoff and Mariano Serkin," states Pablo del Campo, president and CEO of Del Campo Saatchi & Saatchi.
    
 
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