Anthologie named Challenger Agency of the Year 2020

Amy Sutton
Apr 14, 2020 · 2 min read

2019 was all about purpose at Anthologie: to be clear about the change we want to see in the world, and to work together with our clients to make it happen. This commitment to purpose has seen us create strong partnerships and meaningful creative solutions.

At the 2020 Campaign Brief Awards, we were named Challenger Agency of the Year. We were also a finalist for Best of Year Digital Media Campaign for our work with Austral Fisheries.

The Challenger Agency of the Year Award recognises the dynamic contribution to the industry by up-and-coming agencies and specialists who are challenging the status quo. We were joined as finalists by some of Perth’s best, and to come out on top was something truly special.

View our 2019 Year in Review (PDF, 8MB)

2019 was a breakthrough year for us for a number of different reasons. This included some amazing new clients and new members to our team, as well as notable projects such as Seafood for Good with Austral Fisheries, debating the future of work #Work2030 with CICA and Department of Education & Training, creating a luxury mobile-first shopping experience for Kailis Jewellery, and collaborating with some of the world’s leading comedians on the Suspense is Killing Me campaign to raise awareness for children living with rare or undiagnosed diseases.

Best of Year Digital Media Campaign FINALIST: Seafood for Good

We were thrilled to see Austral Fisheries’ Seafood for Good campaign recognised as a Best of Year Digital Media Campaign finalist. The campaign was designed to create a conscious movement towards sustainable seafood choices, with Austral proudly leading the way in sustainability as the world’s first and only carbon neutral fishing company.

If 2019 was about purpose, our goal for 2020 is to focus on experience. We want to make every day an experience for our people, and build experiential brands that evolve and create real impact on the world.

To find out more about how we do this, get in touch!


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