LLYC continues its good positioning among the main league tables in the creative sector. On this occasion, the firm is ranked on several league tables in The Drum World Creative 2021 – one of the largest media and marketing platforms in the world, where it is ranked among the world’s 200 most-awarded creative agencies of 2021 and among the 60 most-awarded EMEA ad agencies of 2021, and is the third best-placed Spanish firm.

In addition, David González Natal, Partner and Managing Director of the North Region of LLYC, and Julio Alonso Caballero, Executive Creative Director at LLYC are among the 200 most-awarded creative directors of 2021.

As regards the firm’s creative campaigns, the project “Invisible Soledad [Invisible Loneliness], developed by LLYC for BBK, is ranked among the top 120 most-awarded ad campaigns of 2021.

The Drum World Creative is one of the most important league tables and a benchmark in the sector and works as a guide to the most creative brands and agencies in the world. Campaigns, creativities and companies that have received awards at the main international events of the advertising industry are compared to draw up the league tables.

These league tables are drawn up after gathering and analyzing all the winning works at the 21 international industry events. This year, 2,472 campaigns were reviewed for 1,657 clients that work with 1,220 agencies made up of 496 creative directors, 668 executive creative directors, 1,813 creative directors, 1,413 writers and 1,596 art directors. The events analyzed include the London International Advertising Awards, The Drum Awards, Golden Drum, Kinsale Sharks, Gerety Awards, Loeries, New York Advertising Awards, Cannes Lions, Danish Creative Circle, ADC US, The One Show, D&AD, ADCC, Guldagget Awards, Clios, Adfest, Dubai Lynx and Spikes Asia, at some of which LLYC was awarded for its project “Invisible Soledad” for BBK.

These recognitions underline the firm’s ongoing commitment to creativity and innovation, essential channels to help its clients manage their challenges.