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VOICE 7x finalist at 2018 Transform Awards Asia-Pacific

VOICE achieve creative coup securing finalist status in seven categories at 2018 Transform Awards Asia-Pacific

VOICE, Specialist Brand Agency’s client work with Chamber Music New Zealand, Hiakai, Property Brokers, Reside Location Group, and O-I Glass, has been shortlisted in seven categories in this year’s Transform Awards Asia-Pacific, ensuring either gold, silver, bronze or highly commended awards in each category.

VOICE’s work competed with entries from companies and agencies in 17 other countries in the Asia-Pacific region including Australia, China, Japan, Thailand, and South Korea, to make the hotly contested list of finalists.

The awards recognise best practice in corporate, product, and global brand development work, across more than 26 categories that focus on brand strategy, process, content and execution, including the highly-coveted Best Overall Visual Identity and Grand Prix For Excellence in Rebranding awards.

“We are thrilled that our collaborative brand strategy and brand development work with clients has been acknowledged in this way,” says VOICE Principal, Jonathan Sagar. “Our industry is highly competitive and to have our capability as a brand agency recognised via such a prestigious international platform is very significant for us.”

Companies and agencies entering the Transform Awards have their work benchmarked against their peers, and shortlist nominations reward the most innovative, creative and successful brand work across the world.



This year’s Transform Awards Asia-Pacific judging panel consists of 17 industry experts from a multitude of sectors and organisations such as IBM, Greenpeace, Steelcase, and Global Cloud Xchange. Judges’ scoring is done anonymously via a points system, with only entries that score high enough making the shortlist. The thorough judging process sees each category carefully considered, with a thoughtful and intuitive inspection of what defines brand success across a wide variety of touchpoints.

The winners will be announced at the Transform Awards Asia-Pacific ceremony and gala dinner in Hong Kong on 20 November 2018.

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