Droga5 is a New York City-based global advertising agency with an additional office in London. The agency works across all platforms including, broadcast, print, digital and social, experiential and out-of-home. Some of Droga5’s most recognizable work includes campaigns for Marc Ecko, Newcastle Brown Ale, Android and Under Armour. Droga5 has been named Agency of the Year eleven times and has been one of Advertising Age’s Agency A-list honorees for seven consecutive years (2010–2016). In 2016 Adweek named Droga5 U.S. Agency of the Year. In 2013 it was one of Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies and, according to Crain’s New York Business, one of the 50 fastest growing companies in New York City. Droga5 won the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity’s Independent Agency of the Year award in 2015 and 2016. Creative Chairman, David Droga, founded Droga5 in New York City in 2006. In a 2011 Forbes article by contributor Avi Dan, Droga said that he named his agency after the tag his mother used to sew into his clothes. (He is the fifth of six children and his mother stitched labels in her children’s clothing based on birth order.) In 2008, Droga5 opened a second office in David Droga’s homeland of Australia. The Sydney office was closed in September 2015 when Droga5 turned its focus to the European market and its London office, which opened in 2013 and whose partners include Chief Executive Officer Bill Scott, Chief Creative Officer David Kolbusz, and Chief Strategy Officer Dylan Williams.