ATLANTA, July 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Atlanta agency, breensmith, was named 2016 Small Agency of the Year in the Southeast by Ad Age at the Small Agency Awards ceremony held in South Beach, Miami.
The newest piece of hardware continues a three-year run of the shop making noise on a national stage. In 2015, the agency took home The Best Small Agency in Social Media at the Shorty Awards in New York City and, in 2014, their Guinness work helped power the agency to a tie with Leo Burnett Chicago for the most Gold National ADDY's at the 2014 American Advertising Awards.
"We're thrilled that the work we do for our clients gets noticed. It's a testament to our 'Differenter is Betterer' philosophy and the reality that, because of technology, agencies of all sizes can grab the spotlight and do smart innovative work," said agency co-founder and president, Tim Smith.
Each year, the Ad Age Small Agency Awards uncover and honor small, independent agencies that produce innovative and exciting work. These teams strategize and execute groundbreaking ideas that compete with work done by some of advertising's largest, and most sought-after partners. Past winners include the likes of WongDoody and Baldwin&.
"There are a lot of great agencies at the awards show tonight. The thinking they shared with us at the conference was inspiring, and it's nice to know innovation takes place outside of Cannes. Although we hope to be celebrating there soon too," added agency co-founder and creative director, Chris Breen.
breensmith is group of planners, strategists, creatives, and coders obsessed with helping brands stand out in a commoditized world. Clients include Guinness, Kumho Tire, D4C Brands, Cancer Treatment Centers of America and Friends of Animals.