Although 5 months’ delayed, we want to extend a massive congratulations to the winners of the Goodvertising Awards 2021.
Goodvertising Awards are like no other award. You cannot enter, but each year a select panel of judges chooses the Top 10 initiatives worldwide viewed as the most impactful, creative, and scalable. The awards are part of the test.goodvertising.com community; celebrating the world-bettering power of creativity since 2012.
Our founder, Thomas Kolster, is the Jury President of the awards, and has mentioned a few lines about each piece.
Take a look at the winning work below:
The Climate Store for Felix by Prime Weber Shandwick
“What you cannot see, you cannot change.” – Thomas Kolster
Lego Green Instructions by Lego, made by Ogilvy Poland
“Educational, and role-modeling of a greener future.” – Thomas Kolster
Reforestation Project by Flash Forest
“Forests are the lungs of our world, and deforestation has become a race against time.”
Parley for the Oceans
“A ‘red’ for the oceans!”- Thomas Kolster
Boards of Change for City of Chicago, made by FCB Chicago
“No one should ever be left on the side-lines of democracy.” – Thomas Kolster
Bank on Equality for Scotiabank by Wunderman Thompson
“We need to bridge that inequality gap, and this is an important and ingenious first step.” – Thomas Kolster
The Baby That Changed HIV made by DDB Group New Zealand
“This idea creatively and fearlessly confronts the biases that unfortunately still live on.” – Thomas Kolster
Donation Dollar for Royal Mint Australia made by Saatchi and Saatchi
“A clever idea tackling the idea of a cashless society, yet encouraging generosity.”
Labour Day On for Red Wing Shoes made by Droga 5 New York
“Turn words into action, enabling people to go back to work, especially during these uncertain times.” Thomas Kolster
Congratulations to all the winners, and keep up the amazing work!