For the 50th time, the best Austrian advertising campaigns were awarded by the Creative Club Austria. And BROKKOLI was once again among the winners this year. The agency’s owners Patrik Partl, Phil Hewson, Erich Falkner and Fred Reiss have already won more than 150 awards (named “Venus”) in their career.
Good ideas are better for business. This is the motto of the Creativ Club Austria, which is the mouthpiece and platform of the Austrian creative industry. With the CCA Venus Award, it organizes the country’s most important creative award, which makes achievements visible and defines standards in dialog with the entire industry. Numerous CCA Veneres winners have been honored with their work in the past at globally relevant awards such as Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, eurobest Festival of European Creativity, ADC*Europe, Clio, Golden Drum Festival or EFFIE, testifying to the performance of the Austrian creative scene.
One of the juries met at BROKKOLI under the chairmanship of CCA Vice President Patrik Partl. The jury, consisting of the most renowned representatives of the advertising industry, awarded prizes to the country’s best campaigns and creative media ideas from among more than 100 finalists. Among the most awarded works were Vienna Tourism and the Anne Frank Podcast. Two works that were described as brilliant in terms of implementation, idea and technical execution.
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