The Creative Circle announced the winners of the 2019 Awards at the annual show last night at London’s Troxy venue.
Three’s ‘Phones Are Good’ took home the Gold of Golds, seeing Three, Wieden + Kennedy, Time Based Arts, Friend London, and 750mph all collect the awards.
With an exact tie on results, both Mother London and McCann London were presented with Most Creative Agency. MJZ then walked away with the Most Creative Production Company award, whilst Time Based Arts went on to pick up Most Creative Post Production Company
Creative Circle made its four New Talent categories free to enter for all in 2019. The Most Promising Female Creative Newcomer was awarded to Simone Warme and the Most Promising Male Creative Newcomer to Jeppe Vidstrup both at adam&eveDDB.
In the production new talent categories, the Best Up and Coming Female Commercial Director award went to Stink’s Judith Veenendaal, with Engine’s David Dearlove walking away with Best Up and Coming Male Commercial Director.
Managing Director at Creative Circle, Jeremy Green said: “Whilst it’s been a tough year for many in the UK with Brexit drawing uncertainty over our future economy and trade deals, it’s clear to see from the incredible standard of work submitted this year that creative excellence is still a cornerstone of our country. We loved having students close the show this year. It’s now more competitive than ever for young people entering this business and it’s not often they get to address the people at the top. We hope it has given creative leaders something to think about.”
The Creative Circle pledged 10% of all award entry fees and 100% of membership fees to support greater diversity in the creative departments of the future through the Creative Circle Foundation.

For the full list of winners, go to

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