Dadi Awards 2015 acceptance speeches: Featuring Wunderman, We Are Social, Barclays and more

The Dadi Awards 2015 took place at the Park Plaza hotel in Westminister awarding campaign work from the best digital marketing from the last year.

The ceremony – now in its eighth year – recognises and rewards the individuals and companies creating the best digital work from public sector campaigns to apps on an annual basis.

Wunderman won the Grand Prix this year, and Don’t Panic London took home the Chairman's Award for Greenpeace’s ‘Lego: Everything is NOT awesome’ campaign.

The full list of winners, which includes DigitasLBi, MEC and OMD UK, can be found on the Dadi Awards website.The Drum managed to catch up with some of the winners as they were exiting the stage, see what they had to say below.

Public Sector Website, App or Campaign: MEC

Most Shazamed Ad 2015: Asda, The Score Oh My Love, Carat and VCCP

B2B Sector Website, App or Campaign: DigitasLBi

Not for Profit, Charity Website, App or Campaign: Wunderman UK

Travel Leisure, Sports Website, App or Campaign: We Are Social

In House Website, App or Campaign: Rawnet

Consumer Products or Services Website, App or Campaign: Harte Hanks

Recruitment Website, App or Campaign: ThirtyThree

Professional Services Website, App or Campaign: VML London

Financial Services, Website, App or Campaign: DirectLine Insurance

Automotive Wesbite, App or Campaign: Somo

Use of Visual Design: SapientNitro London

Use of Paid Search PPC: Brainlabs

Use of Organic Search SEO - OMD UK

Technical Innovation: Barclays

Use of Mobile: Essence

Use of Email: Marie Curie

Use of Affiliate Marketing: Rakuten Marketing

Interactive, Entertainment Website, App, Game of Campaign: Deep Focus London

Integrated Marketing Campaign: Unique Digital

Use of Social Media: Deep Focus London

Branded Content: Bose, Mediacom Beyond Advertising and Virtue Worldwide at Vice

Use of Data: Brainlabs

Agency of the Year: We Are Social

Grand Prix: Wunderman UK

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