Ogilvy & Mather India continued their award march with 10 of their entries being announced as finalists at The One Show. Finalists have been announced only for the Interactive and Design categories.
Ogilvy’s finalists in Design are as follows:
Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary (Design, Corporate Identity Single), GlaxoSmithKline (Design, Collateral Design Posters Campaign), The Reader’s Shop (Design, POP and In-store campaign), Hindustan Unilever and India Post (Design, Collateral and Promotion) and India Post (Design, Direct Mail Single), WWF India (3) and Sanctuary magazine (Public Service Posters Single).
Leo Burnett and Cheil Worldwide are tied in second place with four finalists each. While Leo Burnett has three in Design and one in Digital, Cheil has four finalists in Design. Leo Burnett has a finalist in Interactive for Luxor Highlighter (Interactive, Banners Campaign) and three in design for Luxor Pre-Highlighted Stationery (Design, Corporate Identity campaign), Fudkor Foods (Package single design) and LOkart Paint Thinner (Product design campaign).
Cheil Worldwide's four finalists include two in Corporate Identity (Easy Ride Valet Parking Services and Camouflage), another for Collateral Design Posters Campaign (Samsung MP3) and the fourth in the Booklet/Brochure category for Noah's Ark Creative Academy.
JWT India, Creativeland Asia and Dizzy Design each have two finalists.
For JWT India, mw.com and SIED make the grade, for Creativeland Asia, Binal Makhija Car Repair and Car Mall and for Dizzy Design the finalists are Bombay Bakery (two entries).
Other finalists are McCann Erickson with Global Sound, G2 Direct and Digital with Ojus Medical, Kritik with Sameer Gupta, Sameer Kochure with Richard C Neilsen, Redlion with Sulakshan Kulkarni Cricket Academy, Joshbro Communications with The Bombay Store, Rediffusion with Books and Beyond and Euro RSCG with Maxim.
(Updated: In the previous version of the story, Cheil Worldwide was reported to have three finalists. This was an error and has since been corrected. Cheil has four finalists in the Design category. The total tally of finalists from India is 32 and not 29 as was earlier reported. We regret the error.)