Leo Burnett Toronto Wins Big at Webby Awards for ‘Like a Girl’ Campaign

Agency of the Year and 11 other honors for Always effort

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Results from the 19th Annual Webby Awards are in, and Leo Burnett Toronto scored a top honor, claiming the title of Webby Agency of the Year.

The honor is given to the shop that scores the most Webby awards and nominations. This year presented a tight race for agencies, but Leo Burnett's Toronto office edged out the competition, racking up six Webby's and five People's Voice Awards for the Always "#LikeAGirl" campaign.

The campaign's awards included Best Use of Video (Social), Short Form (Branded), Viral (Branded) and Online Commercial (Advertising and Media). Leo Burnett Toronto also brought in a win for its work on the IKEA "Quick & Easy" series.   

Other top agency winners this year included R/GA, BBDO New York, Droga5, 72andSunny, Mullen, and Crispin Porter + Bogusky. Mullen's viral "World's Toughest Job" campaign received two nods in the Branded Live Experiences and Branded Unscripted (Online Film and Video) categories, while Ogilvy One London's "Magic of Flying" outdoor campaign racked up a few wins, as well.

Judges for this year's awards included Pereira & O'Dell's PJ Pereira, Barton F. Graf 9000's Gerry Graf and Wieden+Kennedy's Colleen DeCourcy. 

Take a look at a few of the winning campaigns below.

Agency: Leo Burnett Toronto

Awards: Six Webby Awards, five Webby People's Voice Awards, Webby Agency of the Year

Winning work: Always "#LikeAGirl," IKEA "Quick & Easy"

Agency: CP+B

Awards: Five Webby Awards, two nominations 

Winning work: The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon (Websites), Domino's iPad ordering app  

Agency: BBDO New York

Awards: Four Webby Awards, 15 nominations

Winning work: Pedigree "Transformation," American Red Cross "Hope.ly," Bud Light "Whatever Happens"

Agency: 72andSunny Los Angeles

Awards: Two Webby Awards, 16 nominations  

Winning work: OK Google launch 

Agency: R/GA

Awards: 1 Webby Award, 24 nominations 

Winning work: Google "Year in Search," Beats by Dre "The Game Before the Game"  

Agency: Droga5

Awards: Two Webby Awards, 10 nominations

Winning work: Under Armour "I Will What I Want," Unicef Tap Project 

Winners were announced on Monday, and on May 19 the awards show, hosted by comedian Hannibal Buress, will be viewable on webbyawards.com.

Click here to view all the winners from this year's awards.

@ktjrichards katie.richards@adweek.com Katie Richards is a staff writer for Adweek.