H+K China picked up three wins at this week’s Holmes Report SABRE Awards in Singapore. The agency beat competition from across Asia to pick-up Best Consumer Health Campaign for its work with Prevail, and Best Technology Hardware Campaign for its work with video-gaming manufacturer NVIDIA. The agency was also presented with an INB2 SABRE Award in the category of Best Use Of Innovative Technologies for its work with Ford and the launch of the world’s first automotive vending machine.
“This is fantastic recognition. It is striking that all three campaigns utilized cutting-edge technologies and platforms in a way that delivered real and measurable results for our clients. This is a great testament to our team’s relentless desire to go beyond traditional communication channels and tell clients’ stories in ever-more creative and innovative ways. These awards showcase our position as one of China’s most creative and innovative communications agencies”, says QC Liang, President and CEO of H+K China.
Hill+Knowlton Strategies’ Global Vice-Chairman and Asia-Pacific Chairman Vivian Lines was also presented with the Individual Achievement SABRE Award at the event. The SABRE awards are one of the most prestigious awards in the communications industry, and reward campaigns and agencies from across the Asia-Pacific Region. This year’s ceremony took place on 11th September at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Singapore.
Hill+Knowlton Strategies is one of the most established communications agencies in China and the first international agency to enter the market during the reform era. Today, the agency employs over 250 people in 5 offices across Mainland China and Hong Kong, including the fast-growing Shenzhen office which opened this year.