Thinking Juice, the award-winning advertising, digital and brand communications agency has been named Advertising and Branding Agency of the Year, South 2010 – for the second year in a row by The Drum magazine in their new year honours.

In the announcement the editorial team said: “Thinking Juice had a phenomenal year judging by the awards: it was MIN’s South West company of the year and the DBA Creative Company of the Year 2009. Work wise, it created the first TV advertising campaign for the Tank Museum in Dorset, starring James May clearly in his element, before going onto work with former NBA star Hakeem ‘The Dream’ Olajuwon who played for Houston Rockets. For this it was tasked to create the corporate identity, clothing brands, packaging design, web design and brand strategy for one of the now serial entrepreneurs brands. While it was chosen as the UK agency to join the AMIN Worldwide agency network and also designing the website for the Fantasy Football League of Saudi Arabia, Thinking Juice will no doubt see its finest hour as landing the Euronics Brief which led to a £1.5million ad campaign being released before Christmas.”

The agency are celebrating this win on top of a number of awards and accolades achieved in 2009, most notably the following:

• Advertising and Branding Agency of the Year, South 2010
• Top 20 UK Creative Agency 2009 – UTalk People’s Choice
• Recommended Agency 2009
• DBA Creative Company of the Year 2009
• Marketing Industry South West Company of the Year 2009
• Named UK Agency for AMIN Worldwide
• Numerous creative and digital awards
• Advertising Agency of the Year, South 2009
• Top 20 UK Creative Agency 2008 – UTalk People’s Choice

Gellan Watt, Managing Director, said: “It’s an absolutely fabulous achievement, following an amazing year. To be named the best in the region for the second year in a row is validation of our own brand of results driven creativity. The team has worked incredibly hard to achieve this and we are all very proud.”

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