Coley Porter Bell on a winning streak

9 January, 2009


Coley Porter Bell has just won 3 awards at the international Mobius Advertising Awards where over 4900 entries were received from 33 countries.

The agency scooped first place ‘Mobius Statuette’ awards in two categories - corporate identity for recreation and entertainment for the Museum of London rebranding, and image building for the private island Inishturkbeg brand identity. The re-design of Dylon also got a second place ‘certificate for outstanding creativity’ in the packaging design category.

Added to that for the third year running Coley Porter Bell has also just won a Chicago Athenaeum Good Design award in the packaging design category for the rebranding of Dylon. After almost 60 years the Good Design awards remain a coveted and internationally recognised design prize.

Vicky Bullen, CEO of Coley Porter Bell, said of the wins, “What a fantastic start to 2009 to come back to the agency to the news of the double win - both Mobius and Chicago Athenaeum recognise good design on an international scale. I am very proud that our work has made these brands beautiful at every touchpoint. ”

For more information about The Mobius Awards – www.mobiusawards.com  

For more information about The Good Design Awards – www.chi-athenaeum.org


Contact
Sarah Ridley, Communications Manager
Tel: +44 (0)20 7824 7756
sarah.ridley@cpb.co.uk  

About Coley Porter Bell
Coley Porter Bell is a strategic brand design agency which has produced award winning work for the likes of Tesco, Kotex, Chivas Regal, Dylon, BP and Nestle. A respected member of the creative community, the agency is part of Ogilvy UK group in WPP and a Business Superbrand.

www.cpb.co.uk

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