LOS ANGELES, Aug. 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- A2G won the silver medal for Small Agency of the Year: 11-75 Employees at the 2015 Ad Age Small Agency Awards in Boston on July 30th.
Presented by Ad Age, the leading global source of news and intelligence for the marketing and media community, the Small Agency Awards are the premier honors saluting outstanding work created by independent shops with 150 or fewer employees.
Founded over a decade ago, A2G has been repeatedly recognized as a leading social, digital and experiential agency that has attracted clients such as Gap, Citibank and iHeartRadio through its award-wining, consumer-centric work.
In addition to the Ad Age honor--the agency's second in as many years--A2G recently celebrated the opening of its offices in New York City, a major milestone for the top shop. "We might be small in size, but the breadth and depth of our work requires us to be everywhere our clients are," said Amy Cotteleer, founder and chief creative officer, A2G. "We added a New York office to help us meet their needs as well as those we service internationally."
"This year was the toughest year we've had in terms of judging," said Ad Age Editor Ken Wheaton. "We seem to get more entries and stiffer competition each year. This year we saw a noted uptick in international shops, particularly from Latin America. But wherever they're located, small and independent shops are obviously capturing the eyes of major marketers -- while continuing to do work for smaller businesses as well."
The Small Agency Awards were presented during the annual Ad Age Small Agency Conference, which brings together hundreds of marketing, advertising, design, media, and brand professionals from around the nation to explore trends and issues impacting the nation's small advertising agencies.
Founded in 2005 by Amy Cotteleer, A2G is an award-winning marketing agency made up of a diverse group of creative strategists who instinctively understand the social, digital and experiential landscape. Their cutting-edge work cultivates relationships with consumers to inspire authentic conversations that deepen brand engagement, drive consumer consideration, create purchase intent and amplify advocacy.
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