MENA Effies: Region’s top marketers announced

November 10, 2016 5:23 pm


The MENA Effies celebrate marketing effectiveness and top practices from the industry

Entries this year were judged across 23 categories, including three which are newly introduced

* New categories included: Healthcare Services, Seasonal Marketing and Branded Content

 

In its eighth edition, the MENA Effie Awards, celebrating marketing effectiveness by recognising “ideas that work”, was held in Dubai on Wednesday, celebrating the region’s top ideas and their executors.

Hosted by Mediaquest, AMEinfo’s parent company, the awards ceremony was held at The Pavilion, Armani Hotel, in Dubai.

Entries were judged across 23 categories, three of which were introduced newly this year: Healthcare Services, Seasonal Marketing and Branded Content. The three proved to be highly competitive, with two Gold awards presented in each of the latter two categories. (Meet last year’s judges here)

Below are some of the top awards of the night:

Grand Prix: “The Good Note” by J. Walter Thompson Beirut for Bou Khalil Supermarché

The agencies that got the most number of awards during the night included:

 

Most Effective Advertising Office of the Year: FP7/DXB

Most Effective Media Office of the Year: Starcom Middle East

Most Effective Agency Network of the Year: FP7 MENA

 

The MENA Effie Awards started in 2004, with a simple aim: to recognise excellence in marketing effectiveness and to promote the best marketing practices across all disciplines and categories among companies operating n the Middle East region.

Today, the Effies have evolved into the most prestigious of all professional marketing awards. They continually raise the bar for the marketing industry around the world, through the Global Effie, Euro Effie, Effie Asia Pacific and more than 40 national Effie programmes.


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By AMEinfo Staff
AMEinfo staff members report business news and views from across the Middle East and North Africa region, and analyse global events impacting the region today.