Publicis Groupe Benelux CCO Eduardo Marques has made the prestigious Top ´40 under 40´ list for Ad Age in 2017 and figured in the Business Insider’s Top 30 Most Creative People in advertising in 2016. He is a former ECD at 180LA and has helped the agency to win Ad Age’s Agency A-List as the #2 Stand-out Agency as well as Ad Age/Creativity’s Creative Innovators list. He´s one of the creative forces behind Burger King “Moldy Whopper”, IKEA "Real Life Series", “Boost Your Voice,” UNICEF’s “Unfairy Tales,” University of Phoenix “WE RISE”, Postmates Billboards, Airbnb’s ‘Birdhouses,’ Hellmann’s Recipe Receipt, Coke Happiness Refill, and BK Whopper Face.
Eduardo was ranked #9 CCO on the Global The Drum ranking 2021, #1 Creative Director on the Cannes Global Report in 2012 and #5 in 2017; and #7 CCO in One Show 2020. Among some of his 400+ international awards, Eduardo has 48 Cannes Lions (4 Grand Prix for three different projects); 2 GP, 10 Golds, 5 silvers and 6 Bronzes at LIA; 19 D&AD Pencils (including 1 BLACK, 1 White, 5 Yellows), 36 Clios (5 Grand Clio), 45 One Show Pencils (1 Best in Show, 4 Best in Discipline), ANDYs Bravest Award, Effies, and GPs at El Ojo, Wave, FIAP, and Sol de Platino at El Sol.
During his time at Publicis Spain, he was honoured with a BLACK PENCIL at D&AD 2020. And in 180LA, he was honoured with the Grand Prix for Good in 2016, and two other Grand Prix and a Titanium Lion in 2017. As a former CD at Pereira O’Dell SF and CD of Special Projects at Ogilvy Brazil, Eduardo has worked at traditional advertising agencies in addition to digital and content agencies, developing a best-practices for creating break-through, integrated creative during his 26-year career.
Eduardo has judged numerous awards festivals, including The 3%/One Club Next Creative Leaders, The One Show 2x, NY Festivals, Clio Awards, Golden Drum (President), Loeries (President), Red Apple (President), AICP, KIAF, Vólcan, Google Creative Sandbox (Brazil), El Sol, CCSP (Creative Club of Sao Paulo), Premio Abril (Brazil), JADE (Central America), APAP (Peru) and CCMG (Creative Club of Minas Gerais). He also has a passion for going around the world for speeches, teaching, and learning a lot more.
He is Brazilian, but don’t ask him to play soccer or dance samba. Instead, ask him to prepare and drink some Caipirinhas.