Kyiv advertising agency Banda has won Red Dot’s prestigious “Agency of the Year” award.
Monday, October 29, 2018

Kyiv advertising agency Banda has won Red Dot’s prestigious “Agency of the Year” award.

Kyiv advertising agency Banda has won Red Dot’s prestigious “Agency of the Year” award. Louise Milk, director of the international design contest, cited Banda’s new campaign, saying: “Ukraine Now’ stands for well-executed branding for an entire nation.” In a separate competition, involving 8,610 entries from 45 countries, Banda won one of seven Red Dot Grand Prix awards, in this case for their brand design for OKKO, the Ukrainian gas station chain. Pavel Vrzhesch, Banda founder and creative director, Egor Petrov, art director, and Yaroslav Serdyuk, strategy director, attended the gala award ceremony Friday night at Berlin’s Konzerthaus.

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