In pictures: AC&E Awards presented by ADMA hit The Star

About 700 marketing and advertising industry representatives descended on The Star casino in Sydney last night to celebrate the new-look AC&E Awards, presented by ADMA. Here are some pictorial highlights from the winners' podium

  • ADMA CEO, Jodie Sangster, addresses 700 guests

  • The 2014 AC&E Awards

  • Apps winner: Penny the Pirate for Luxottica/OPSM by Saatchi & Saatchi

  • Jodie Sangster

  • Data Visualisation: Working Capital ‘See more inside’ for Commonwealth Bank, by M&C Saatchi

  • E-commerce Website & Marketing: Michael Hill International by Amblique

  • Social Commerce: #SPCSunday for SPC by Leo Burnett Melbourne

  • Host for th evening, Cal Wilson

  • Guests at The Star

  • The team from NAB Trade

  • Most Effective Use of Content: Melbourne Remote Control Tourist, for Tourism Victoria by Clemenger BBDO Melbourne

  • Data Visualisation: Working Capital ‘See more inside’ for Commonwealth Bank, by M&C Saatchi

  • The winners' trophies

  • ADMA Young Marketer of the Year: Allister Hercus, Social Media Strategist, MEC

  • The Jon Clark Award for Outstanding Contribution winner: Julie Dormand, managing director, MercerBell

  • McCann Melbourne received three trophies for their Phubbing Campaign for Macquarie Dictionary, winning the Digital and Social Advertising, Branded Content and Integrated Campaign (small budget)

  • GAYTMs for ANZ by Whybin\TBWA Group Melbourne won Best Integrated Campaign, PR Campaign, Art Direction, David Ogilvy Courageous Client Award and the Lester Wunderman Grand Prix Award

  • Customer Acquisition Campaign: Air Force Medical Specialist Reserve for Defence Force Recruiting by GPY&R Melbourne

  • Best Use of Search: The Last Mile for Amaysim, by FirstClick Consulting

  • Digital, Website & Microsites : Footify FM for NAB, by Clemenger BBDO Melbourne

  • Ambient or Experiential: Human Walking Program for the Lost Dogs Home, by GPY&R Melbourne

  • Innovation Award: Columbus and Clemenger DDBO Melbourne for the Melbourne Remote Control Tourist Campaign for Tourism Victoria.

  • The VML Australia table

  • Post-award ceremony antics

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