Clio Health has today announced the Bronze, Silver, Gold, Grand and “Of the Year” Clio Health Award winners for 2019. Australia has secured two Golds, one Silver and four Bronze awards.
CHE Proximity has emerged as Australia’s most awarded agency with one Gold, one Silver and three Bronze for Sydney Children’s Hospitals Foundation ‘Curing Homesickness’. Cummins&Partners Melbourne has scored a Gold for The November Foundation ‘Man of More Words’ and a Bronze for Specsavers ‘The Error Ridden Ad’.
Based on the overall program results, Network of the Year was awarded to FCB Global, Area 23 earned Agency of the Year and Donate Life California scored Advertiser of the Year.
The program’s 2019 Grand Clio Health Award winners are:
· Health & Wellness: Branded Entertainment & Content- Viva La Vulva by AMVBBDO for Essity Libresse/Bodyform
· Health & Wellness: Film- 5B by UM for Johnson & Johnson
· Health & Wellness: Innovation- Second Chances by McCann New York for Donate Life California
· Health & Wellness: Integrated Campaign- Viva La Vulva by AMVBBDO for Essity Libresse/Bodyform
· Health & Wellness: Out of Home- Second Chances by McCann New York for Donate Life California
· Health & Wellness: Partnerships & Collaborations- Second Chances by McCann New York for Donate Life California
· Health & Wellness: Social Media- SickKids VS – Crews by Cossette for SickKids Foundation
· Pharmaceutical: Social Media – Get Up Alarm Clock by Area 23, An FCB Health Network Company for Lartruvo
Says Nicole Purcell, president, Clio: “Our Clio Health entries are often the most emotional and consequential out of all of our programs, so it’s really meaningful to me that we get to give the winning work a platform to be celebrated by a wider audience. With that in mind, our jury rooms hosted many spirited debates about which entries transformed the healthcare industry and awarded trophies to the most impactful communications of the year.”
The full list of winners, including Shortlist, Bronze, Silver and Gold Clio Health award recipients is available at www.clios.com/health.