Ogilvy Thailand ranks #1 in Asia in the Campaign Brief Asia 2023 Creative Rankings with Nopadol Srikieatikajohn and PG Aditiya top two ranked creatives: See the full ranking of Asia’s 197 hottest creative agencies + 2079 hottest creatives
Following an outstanding creative performance at all award shows over 2022 and 2023, Ogilvy Thailand is ranked as the #1 most awarded agency in Asia in the 2023 Campaign Brief Asia Creative Rankings. Ogilvy moves up from their #4 ranking in both of the past two Creative Rankings to topple the perennial #1 ranked agency, Dentsu Inc Tokyo.
In a major achievement, Ogilvy Thailand has ranked #1 overall in Asia in the 2023 Campaign Brief Asia Creative Rankings. Ogilvy moves up from the #4 position they have ranked in the past two Creative Rankings to topple the perennial #1 agency Dentsu Inc Tokyo.
It’s a very interesting top 6 this year with 4 agencies from India joining Ogilvy Thailand and the #6 ranked Dentsu Inc Tokyo.
Dentsu Creative India is ranked #2 (up from 17th last ranking); Ogilvy Mumbai is at #3 (up from #41); DDB Mudra Mumbai ranks at #4 (up from #19) and Leo Burnett India jumps up to #5 from #51 their previous #51 ranking.
The #1 ranked creative in Asia in the 2023 Campaign Brief Asia Creative Rankings is Ogilvy Thailand’s Nopadol Srikieatikajohn who was an art director on all of Ogilvy Thailand’s award winning campaigns. He moves up from his #5 ranking in Asia in the last Creative Rankings.
The Dentsu Webchutney India creative team that created “The Unfiltered History Tour” campaign fills the next 10 places in our individual creatives ranking table. The agency underwent a name change to Dentsu Creative India. Cheil Worldwide and Ogilvy India creative fill the remaining places in the Top 20 in Asia.
In total 2079 art directors and copywriters are ranked in this year’s Campaign Brief Asia Creative Rankings.
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