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June 24th, 2021
Ocean Netherlands announces Digital Creative Competition winners

Last week Ocean Netherlands rolled out the Ocean Digital Creative competition into the Dutch market.

The competition aimed to reward the very best ideas, that are yet to happen took an international flavour after 11 successful years in the UK. The awards ceremony had both a live and augmented event held in Amsterdam’s museum district.

The competition was hard fought with 74 entries from Dutch clients, brands and agencies – a phenomenal number for Ocean Netherlands first competition and a reflection of the importance of Digital Out of Home in the Netherlands and a superb reflection on the creativity in Holland.

The entries were in two categories, commercial and non-profit, with high numbers of submissions across different verticals. The judges had a tough job on their hands, but managed to whittle down the contenders to the eventual winners below:

Winners Commercial:
1. City circuit – Basic Fit /DentsuAchtung!
2. Let’s get close again – Spaghetteria / Wetwerk
3. Fortnite Outdoor Cup – Playstation /

Fitzroy Winners Nonprofit:
1. Forgotten birds – Bird protection / KesselsKramer
2. Nearest AED – Heart Foundation / DentsuAchtung!
3. 1m2 – Earthtoday

We look forward to seeing these campaigns hitting the streets across the Netherlands in in coming months. Watch the full event, plus the winning entries via the video or click here.

The competition in the UK will return in July for its 12th year and the Nordics will also be launching their first competition in the summer.

The Art of Outdoor / #TheArtOfOutdoor

Commercial Winner: City circuit - Basic Fit /DentsuAchtung!
Non-Profit Winner: Forgotten birds - Bird protection / KesselsKramer
Commercial Winner: City circuit - Basic Fit /DentsuAchtung!
Non-Profit Winner: Forgotten birds - Bird protection / KesselsKramer

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