Australia is awarded the highest number of Spikes, followed by India and Japan
Spikes Asia has today released details of the Gold, Silver and Bronze winners. Following a shortlist of 651 pieces of work, 118 Bronze, 83 Silver and 45 Gold Spikes have been awarded. The Gold Winners will now compete to take a coveted Grand Prix.
Australia leads with the highest number of Spikes with 65 awards in total. India is ranking second with 61, followed by Japan with 36.
Jenny Lau, Events Director, Spikes Asia, said, “Our Juries are delighted to reveal the Bronze, Silver and Gold Award Winners for 2023. Across the 24 Awards, we have seen some truly inspiring work, which presents a fascinating insight into the creative landscape today, as well as the direction the industry is heading in. We’re excited to announce the Grands Prix and Special Awards later this week and uncover key insights and trends through Spikes Unlocked on 23 March and the Spikes Creativity Report on 30 March.”
Simon Cook, CEO, LIONS, added, “The Spikes Asia juries have selected winners that establish a body of stand-out work representative of the diversity of creativity across Asia Pacific. We would like to extend our congratulations to all winners and thank the juries for their time and expertise. We look forward to announcing and celebrating the Grand Prix and Special Award winners.”
The Grand Prix and Special Award winners will be announced on Thursday 9 March. All results can be found at https://www.lovethework.com/en-GB/spikes-asia.