The Chase completes Cannes Lions hat-trick

The Chase has bagged gold, silver and bronze Design Lions at this year’s Cannes Lions Festival.

The Manchester-based consultancy picked up the gold award for its Almost Extinct calendar for the BBC, as well as silver and bronze awards for its promotional campaign for photographer Paul Thompson.

Other UK winners were The Partners, which picked up a gold and a bronze award, Moving Brands, which took a gold, and JWT, which bagged a bronze.

The Partners won gold with its Going Going Gone Red! campaign for Richard House, and bronze for its rebrand of fellow WPP group Kantar.

Moving Brands took a gold for its new identity for company All About Tea and JWT London took bronze for its Domestic Violence Awareness work for the National Centre for Domestic Violence.

The Design Grand Prix award went to US consultancy Digital Kitchen Chicago for its The Cosmopolitan Digital Experience, created for Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

There were 21 gold awards, 15 silver and 42 bronzes, from a total of 1774 entries.

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