Hakuhodo makes it four Campaign Brief Asia Indonesian Creative Agency of the Year titles in a row: Hakuhodo creatives fill the top 5 spots in the Hottest Creatives Rankings
2020 sees another dominant performance from Hakuhodo Indonesia in the Campaign Brief Asia Creative Rankings. For the fouth time in a row Hakudodo has been named Creative Agency of the Year in Indonesia.
In 2018 Hakuhodo was a clear #1 in the Campaign Brief Asia Creative Rankings sitting 550 points ahead of their nearest rival. This year Hakuhodo has performed even better and is a clear #1 by 630 points with a total of 840 Creative Ranking points.
Independent agency Flock Creative Network is a new arrival to the Campaign Brief Asia Creative Rankings and have jumped straight into #2 position just in front of Dentsu Indonesia at #3.
Flock Creative Network has 190 points, 20 in front of Dentsu with 170.
Iris Worldwide maintains their #4 position with GREY Group coming in at #5.
Ogilvy, Growmint Group, Bates CHI & Partners and Havas Worldwide take the remaining four ranking positions.
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Hakuhodo took out the top five places in Indonesia’s Hottest Creatives 2020 ranking table, once again led by Chow Kok Keong with 865 points, retaining his spot at #1.
Woon Hoh finished in #2 position with 695 points with Nikholas Alviyanto holding onto his 2018 ranking of #3 position scoring 520 Creative Ranking points.
Rounding out the top five are Davin Susanto & Nellia Nellia in equal #4 on 240 points. Both where previously unranked.
Dentsu’s Keat Soh ranks equal #6, previously ranking at #4. Flock Creative Network’s Febrian Adi Putra joins him in #6 position with 170 points. The ex Dentsu creative ranked #10 in 2018.
Wunderman Thompson’s Edwin Yacob, Natya Arun & Sebastian Chendra jump up 10 places from their 2018 ranking to equal #8 position with 155 Creative Ranking points each.
Three from the Hakuhodo creative department fill the next three positions – Fajar Noor Fathjri (#11), Andhini Rahayu (#12) and Happy Dewandani, who is equal #13 with Flock Creative Network’s Michael Fabian K.
NB: The results of the 2020 Campaign Brief Asia Creative Rankings are tabulated from creative award wins at the 11 award shows included over a rolling two year and a half year period starting from AdFest 2018 (March 2018) through to Campaign Brief’s The Work 2020 (June 2020). The shows that are included in these calculations are: Ad Stars, Spikes Asia, AWARD Awards, AdFest, Campaign Brief’s THE WORK, Clio Awards, London International Awards, New York Festivals, One Show, D&AD and Cannes Lions.
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