Jung von Matt/Limmat and Ruf Lanz successful at LIA 2019

Swiss success at this year's London International Awards (LIA): Jung von Matt/Limmat was awarded gold twice. Ruf Lanz can be pleased about bronze.


A total of three statues and one shortlist result from the judging of this year's London International Awards. A total of 531 LIA statues will go to 39 countries - 242 of them to the USA alone. This is followed by Germany (86 statues) and Great Britain (78 statues).

Jung-von-Matt creative director Dennis Lück was himself part of the "Branded Entertainment" jury led by Kerstin Emhoff and records the category trends: "Firstly: Branded Entertainment works best when the brand takes a step back. Subtle branding has even more impact on the brand. And second, the best work - be it social experiments or online film series - has always been about impact." Like the wonderful work #WeHaveToSeeMoreOfEachOther for Ruavieja."

In the category "Branded Entertainment" and the subcategories "Entertainment Audio" and "Experiential/Live Events", Jung von Matt/Limmat won two gold medals with the "War Siren Test" for Amnesty International. The campaign was also shortlisted in the "Music & Sound" category.

Ruf Lanz can also be pleased about LIA precious metal. In the category "Print - Banking/Financial/Insurance", the agency wins bronze for the Swiss Life campaign "Customer for 100 Years". To celebrate the 100th birthday of the insurance company's oldest customer, the NZZ-front page from the day of the birth of the man to the current NZZ printed. The campaign has already won several awards.

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