The 60th edition of the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival has showcasted the best advertising campaigns and operations around the world.
Among the award-winning campaigns, 11 were carried out by graduates of INSEEC School of Communication. They won a total of 21 awards with their respective agencies (1 Grand Prix, 9 Gold Lions, 4 Silver Lions and 7 Bronze Lions), in several categories:
Our awarded alumni are from different classes: Remy ABOUKRAT (class of 2007), Guillaume BLANC (class of 2000), Benjamin DESSAGNE (class of 2003), Cyril DUVAL (class of 2009), Bastien GRISOLET (class of 2008), Rayhaan KHODABUX (class of 2010), Alice LABAU (class of 2010), Lucie LE SQUERREN (class of 2011), Olivier LEFEBVRE (class of 2002), Stéphane SANTANA (class of 2002), Glen TROADEC (class of 2000).
As a real creative competition for students, les Etoiles de la Pub highlight the best young creative talents of France.
Alexis Le Bihan and Rodolphe Pinta, both students at INSEEC School of Communication (graduated in 2012), won the Jury Prize at the 6th edition of the competition. Their advertising poster, that put together the hashtag and the Nazi flag to denounce the 2.0 racism, appealed to the jury.
The 39th edition of the Grand Prix of External Communication awarded the best poster campaigns of the year, including creations of INSEEC graduates:
Since its creation in 1954, the Cannes Lions Awards have set the benchmark for excellence in creative communications. In 2012, this international festival of creative advertising awarded campaigns built by graduates of INSEEC School of Communication. They were awarded with their respective agencies in several categories:
Every year, the French advertising magazine, Stratégies, organizes its award event to promote young talents the under 30 years working in agencies. In 2012, 2 INSEEC alumni were awarded:
Marine Paire and Yohan Le Tensorer, two students who (graduated in 2011) won the DRAFT FCB award at the Eurobest event in Hambourg.
Known as the European Festival of Creativity, the Eurobest Festival rewards creativity in the industry in 13 different categories. It is a place where European creatives can meet, express themselves and find inspiration.
In 2011, the Strategies magazine awarded 3 alumni of INSEEC School of Communication: