Campaign India Team
Apr 20, 2017

CIDCA 2017: Last day for Early Bird entries

Entries under the early bird offer will be accepted till 10 PM tonight

CIDCA 2017: Last day for Early Bird entries
Campaign India announces the seventh edition of its CIDCA awards to honour excellence in digital advertising and marketing.     
 
Today is the last date for early bird entries for the CIDCA 2017. Early bird entries will be accepted till 10 PM and entries sent before the deadline will get a flat discount of Rs 1000 per entry.
 
The last date for entering for CIDCA 2017 is 5 May 2017.
 
Over the years, the Campaign India Digital Crest Awards (CIDCA) has evolved to remain contemporary, relevant and inclusive of the dynamic changes in the digital ecosystem. The award seeks to identify and reward the most engaging, creative and effective campaigns across digital media.  
 
The Campaign India Digital Crest Awards 2017 invites entries across 23 broad categories and sub-categories and will place a greater emphasis on ROI and effectiveness. This year the awards has introduced a new category on the best use of augmented reality (AR) by brands in India.  
 
For more information write to cidca@haymarket.co.in or visit http://campaignindiacrest.com/
 
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