Tony Koenderman's panel of judges recognised Gloo for its continued creative output, the quality of its work and the successful growth of its blue-chip client list in both Cape Town and the newly formed Johannesburg office.
Gloo has had another successful year, fighting off strong competition from an increasingly competitive field of digital agencies. With recent client gains of Exclusive Books, South African Tourism, Castle Lager and the reappointment to the FNB main brand and Cell C digital business.
Pete Case comments: "To win this award once was an amazing achievement, but for the third year in a row is a dream result for everyone in my team and also for our clients, who've backed us on our journey and allowed us the opportunity of working on their brands. In an industry that's growing at such a pace, it feels great to know that we're still helping to raise the bar year on year."
Other recent news in the Glooniverse includes a statue at the international CLIO awards and two honours at the Webby Awards (the world's largest web-based awards).