Banjo picks up Creativity International Print & Packaging Awards after Gruen win

John Singleton’s Banjo is emerging from a tough few months with a couple of psychological wins for the agency.

The agency has topped the Creativity International Print & Packaging Awards, picking up five golds – more than any other agency – for its work.

Banjo was honoured for its work across a number of clients including The St Jams Ethics Centre and Think Education Group.

At the same time the agencies decision to enter the vipers pit otherwise known as the Gruen Transfer has also paid dividends, with the decsion to take seriously the issues of multi-national company tax payments winning the prize but also giving the agency global exposure.

The agency will probably not be pitching for business from the likes of American Express, Microsoft and Google anytime soon after highlighting the services Australians are missing out on as a result of multinationals using existing tax laws to minimise their local tax burden.

Simon Canning





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