Grand Prix were awarded to LOLA MullenLowe for HIDDEN FLAG, McCann New York for Changing the Game, VMLY&R Warsaw for The Last Ever Issue and two Grand Prix were awarded to AMVBBDO for Viva La Vulva.

BBDO New York were awarded agency of the year with 2 Silvers, 4 Bronze and 8 shortlist. Winning work included #DefyTheName for Monica Lewinsky, Care-E for KLM and Nurses Save Lives for Johnson&Johnson. 

BBDO Worldwide were awarded Network of the year with 2 Grand Prix, 1 Gold, 3 Silvers, 4 Bronze and 17 Shortlists. Winning work included Viva La Vulva from AMVBBDO and AT&T “Train” from BBDO New York.  

There were winners from: Australia, Canada, Colombia, Denmark, France, Germany, Lebanon, Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Spain, Sweden, UK and USA.

 The most awarded countries include USA, UK, Germany and Spain

USA had 1 Grand Prix 1 Gold, 5 Silver, 8 Bronze and 13 Shortlist

UK had 2 Grand Prix 1 Gold, 2 Silver and 10 Shortlist

Germany had 2 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze and 9 Shortlist

Spain had 1 Grand Prix, 2 Gold, 7 Silver, 1 Bronze and 2 Shortlist

" I could not be prouder of the winners chosen by the Gerety jury, in total there were just 60 entries which reached the required score to be awarded this year’s Gerety Awards," said  Co Founder Lucía Ongay. "The highly acclaimed and respected Gerety Awards Jury and the winners they have chosen clearly sets the benchmark for the very highest standard of creativity.”

“There were plenty of woman-oriented ads, but that’s just the ad industry right now,"  said Gerety Jury, member Angela Natividad, CCO and Co founder of  What better focus group than Gerety to distinguish truly empowering works from femvertising? I also think some agencies believed that, because the jury is all women, work targeting women would stand a better chance. Not so. The winning brands from this year’s Gerety Awards draw from a range of industries and persuasions and are a testament to the discernment of a diverse and qualitative jury.”