Adam & Eve/DDB is no stranger to awards, having picked up a mere 14 at Cannes Lions this year, including a Grand Prix for John Lewis, not to mention 16 D&AD wood and graphite pencils in 2015.
It was the most shortlisted agency in our inaugural New Thinking Awards. And while it didn’t win outright in the categories - the agency was highly commended for its work with John Lewis and Harvey Nichols - the combination of all its entries made for an outstanding reflection of New Thinking excellence.
The agency, now eight years old, embodies the ethos of these awards. Launched at the start of the recession by James Murphy, David Golding and Ben Priest from Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R, with Naked’s Jon Forsyth quickly joining the team, it has built its reputation on creative excellence - even defining a genre of advertising following its consecutive successes with John Lewis.
In the 2015 Marketing New Thinking Awards, Adam & Eve/DDB’s entries for Unilever brands Flora and Marmite, its Save the Children Christmas jumper campaign and, of course, its much-awarded Harvey Nichols and John Lewis work, each demonstrated the bravery, clarity, creativity and outstanding results that marketing must deliver for the best brands of tomorrow.