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OMD Takes Out a Trifecta at Youtube Honours Awards

OMD New Zealand has been awarded the Q4 Planning, Q4 Results and Agency of the Quarter Awards in Google’s prestigious YouTube Honours programme for 2018.

The awards, held in Melbourne last week, recognise the achievements of the very best Search and YouTube marketing agencies across Australia and New Zealand – and more than 60 companies entered the competition this year.

Nigel Douglas OMD CEO commented, “This once again demonstrates OMD’s depth and breadth of specialist digital, data and technology talent in the market. With more specialists that other agencies have people in total, we strive to achieve excellence in everything we do. To be recognised by Google for this excellence is an incredible accolade for the whole team.”

To qualify, Search and Media marketing agencies were invited to enter the Awards and measured against specific product metrics indicative of Search Excellence.

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