DDB Melbourne’s Minute of Silence takes home Mobile Gold Spike and Integrated Home Spike

DDB Melbourne has picked up a Gold Spike for its Minute of Silence campaign for its work on RSL Australia in the Mobile category, in which no Grand Prix was awarded.

VML Sydney took home two Silver Spikes and two Bronze Spike for its Rip Curl Search GPS work.

Mnet Mobile Sydney grabbed a Bronze Spike for its Incsnap for Queensland Fire and Emergey Services, with the agency also taking home a Bronze jointly with Innocean Worldwide Australia Sydney for Game on! for Kia.

Leo Burnett Sydney also picked up a Bronze Spike for its Emlings app created on behalf of McDonald’s.

Moving across to the Integrated category, DDB Melbourne also took out the Gold Spike, which was the only one awarded in the absence of a Grand Prix, for its Minute of Silence work.


The agency also picked up a Bronze Spike for its Radiant Return campaign.

Leo Burnett Melbourne grabbed a Silver Spike for its Safe Driving Program for Samsung’s S-Drive.

For a full list of Mobile winners, click here and for Integrated winners, click here.

Miranda Ward at Spikes Asia 


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