Campaign India Team
Oct 23, 2009

12 Indian shortlists at the London International Awards

India has a total of 12 shortlists at the London International Awards. O&M, Publicis India, Leo Burnett and DDB Mudra are the agencies with the shortlisted entries. In the Design category, Leo Burnett has one shortlist under the sub-category of Point-of-Sale for Tide Detergent's 'Stainbroidery' campaign. In the Integrated Campaign category, Publicis India has one shortlist for its 'Let Gandhi Talk' campaign.

12 Indian shortlists at the London International Awards
India has a total of 12 shortlists at the London International Awards. O&M, Publicis India, Leo Burnett and DDB Mudra are the agencies with the shortlisted entries.

In the Design category, Leo Burnett has one shortlist under the sub-category of Point-of-Sale for Tide Detergent's 'Stainbroidery' campaign.
 
In the Integrated Campaign category, Publicis India has one shortlist for its 'Let Gandhi Talk' campaign.

In the Poster category, O&M has three seperate shortlists under the 'Confections / Snacks' sub-category. The agency has been shortlisted for the 'Driver', 'Tourist', 'Caveman' posters for Sour Marbels Candies.

In the same category, O&M has one shortlist in the sub-category 'Poster Campaign', again for Sour Marbels' 'Driver', 'Tourist' and 'Caveman' campaign.

In the Print category, O&M again has three seperate shortlists under the 'Confections / Snacks' sub-category. The agency has been shortlisted for the 'Driver', 'Tourist', 'Caveman' posters for Sour Marbels Candies.

In the 'Consumer campaign' sub-category under 'Print', O&M has been shortlisted for the same campaign.

In the Radio category DDB Mudra has been finalised for its 'Bush' campaign for the Islamic Research Foundation. The shortlist falls under the sub-category of 'Public Service / Social Welfare'.

In the Television / Cinema / Digital / Web / Mobile category, Leo Burnett has been shortlisted under the sub-category 'Editing', for its 'Bots' campaign for Bajaj DTSi Range of Motorcycles.

The winners at the London International Awards will be announced on November 2.
 

 

 

 

 

 

Source:
Campaign India

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