Shephali Bhatt
Apr 17, 2012

22 Indian shortlists at One Show 2012

DDB Mudra Group leads the shortlist tally with five entries, followed by TBWA India with three

22 Indian shortlists at One Show 2012

The One Club has announced its One Show, Design and Interactive shortlists for 2012. India has managed to grab 22 shortlists this time around.

Leading the shortlists tally is DDB Mudra with five entries. Out of these, three entries are for PE Electronics under One Show, while two entries are for Union Bank of India for One show and Design each.

TBWA India has three shortlists, two of which are for Imagine under One Show Design and the third is for MKV Household Products, under One Show Design again.

Leo Burnett and McCann Worldgroup India have bagged two shortlists each.

While Leo Burnett's two shortlists are under One Show for Gandhiji Font and P&G, respectively. McCann Worldgroup's shortlists are under One Show Design, for Young President's Organisation and Perfetti Van Melle India.

Ogilvy & Mather, Gurgaon, has got two shortlists, one in One Show for Organ Retrieval Banking Organisation, and the other in One Show Design for WWF India.

Out of Box has registered two shortlists under One Show Design for Rembrandt Law Company and UPDN Broking.

BBDO India, BBH India, Brand David, Grey, JWT and Wieden+Kennedy, bagged one shortlist each, respectively.

BBDO India got one for White Collar Hippies under One Show. BBH India's One Show shortlist is for Vaseline. Brand David locked its shortlist under One Show Design for Soliance Pharma Products.

Grey and JWT bagged theirs under One Show Design for Colstan Julian and Lifestyle, respectively.

Wieden+Kennedy got one shortlist under One Show for Royal Enfield.

The awards are scheduled to be held during the Creative Week in New York from 7-11 May 2012. 

Campaign India

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