Campaign India Team
Jun 19, 2013

Cannes 2013: Taproot takes two Gold Outdoor Lions, for The Times of India

Grey Worldwide (2) and Ogilvy & Mather won Bronze Lions in the same category; no metals in Media Lions

Cannes 2013: Taproot takes two Gold Outdoor Lions, for The Times of India

Indian agencies struck Gold at the Cannes Lions 2013 with Taproot India bagging two for work on client The Times of India, in the Outdoor Lions competition.

Grey Worldwide won two Bronze Lions, while Ogilvy & Mather earned one Bronze Lion in the same category.

The two Indian entries shortlisted in the Media Lions competition failed to convert to metal.

Outdoor Lions

Taproot’s winning entries were ‘Farmer’s Suicides 1,2 and 3’ for The Times of India. The work won Gold in two sub-categories: ‘Fundraising, Charities, Appeals, Non-Profit Organisations, Public Health & Safety, Public Awareness Messages’ and ‘Illustration’. View the campaign here:

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Grey Worldwide won a Bronze Lion for the entry ‘Divorce’ for DHL Express in the ‘Business Equipment and Services’ sub-category. The agency’s three-entry campaign titled ‘Positive and Negative’ for Duracell Batteries in the ‘Household’ sub-category was the second Bronze winning entry for the agency. View the entries here:

DHL:

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Duracell:

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Ogilvy India’s three entries titled ‘Forest’,‘Alley’ and ‘Gorge’ for Philips Electronics’ ‘LED Torch’ campaign won a Bronze Lion in the ‘Photography’ sub-category. View the entries here:

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Campaign India

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