NEW YORK — Cannes Lions has named Burger King Creative Marketer of the Year for 2017. Burger King accepted the award this past weekend during The 64th Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.
The award recognized Burger King for embracing and encouraging creativity across its brand communications and for inspiring global marketing of its products. With the win, Code and Theory was named as a contributing agency to Burger King’s work.
In 2016, Code and Theory was awarded a Bronze Lion in the Entertainment Lions’ “Talent: Visual Story Telling” category for the agency’s work on Burger King’s Grilled Dogs product launch. Code and Theory congratulates Burger King on all of their successes and looks forward to a creative year ahead!
ABOUT CODE AND THEORY
Code and Theory is a digital-first creative agency that designs products and brand experiences across platforms. The agency has helped to redefine media with clients including Bloomberg, The LA Times, Vogue and Mashable and enables brands like Maybelline New York and Burger King to connect with new and existing consumers. Recognized as one of the top 10 most innovative companies in design by Fast Company in 2015, Code and Theory employs more than 350 people. For more information visit codeandtheory.com.