The Kinsale Shark Awards 2015 – Saatchi & Saatchi London celebrate winning nine awards

At the Kinsale Sharks International Creative Awards 2015, Saatchi & Saatchi London celebrated winning a total of 3x gold, 2x silver and 4x bronze awards.

Pampers ‘Pooface’ picked up 5 awards winning a gold Film (Toiletries, Cosmetics and Beauty) and gold Film Craft (Best Editing), in addition to 2x silver Film Craft (Best Editing, Best Use of Music) and 1x bronze Film Craft (Best Casting).

Rekorderlig ‘Silver Skaters’ collected a bronze for Film (Alcoholic drinks).

Chelsea FC ‘Get me a sponsor’ won an Ambient gold (Interactive Experience) and a bronze Media Kinsale (Best Targeted Campaign).

Operation Black Vote ‘Taking the Colour out of Britain’ picked up a bronze Media Kinsale (Innovative Media Strategy and Use).

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