Press Release May 30th 2019


Australian leads pack in 2018-19 Young Glory Season

Australian has taken the top four Professional sports at the conclusion of the 2018-19 Young Glory Season.

Dubbed ‘the Tour de France of creativity’, Young Glory tests creative teams over 8 long months, with 8 different briefs supplied and judged by 8 different creative leaders.

This season’s judges came from organisations including Google (San Fransisco), Leo Burnett (Chicago), DPZ&T (Sao Paulo), Isobar (Sydney), Kult (Sydney) and TAXI (Montreal).

Australia’s winning team of Meredith Blessing & Anne Lau (TBWA Sydney) joined Sweden’s Teodor Fjäll & Viktor Einarsson (Berghs School of Communication) on stage at C2 Montréal, where they presented their winning concepts in front of the conferences global crowd.

Brisbane’s Publicis & Y&R offices rounded out the podium spots. The full leaderboard can be viewed here.

The next Young Glory season begins September 1, 2019.


PROFESSIONAL CHAMPIONS

Meredith Blessing & Anne Lau
TBWA Sydney
Sydney, Australia

PROFESSIONAL RUNNERS UP

Kale McRedmond & James Southey
Publicis Worldwide
Brisbane, Australia

PROFESSIONAL THIRD PLACE

Anais Read & Matthew Newman
Publicis Worldwide & Y&R Brisbane
Brisbane, Australia

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STUDENT CHAMPIONS

Teodor Fjäll & Viktor Einarsson
Berghs School of Communication
Stockholm, Sweden

STUDENT RUNNERS UP

Vera Tornberg & Felicia Bik
Yrgo
Gothenburg, Sweden

STUDENT THIRD PLACE

Natasha Benedicta & Claudia Sabrina Gunadi
Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts
Singapore