Campaign India Team
Apr 04, 2017

Cannes Lions 2017: Young Lions from Famous Innovations, HUL and PHD to represent India

They win an all expense trip to the festival

Cannes Lions 2017: Young Lions from Famous Innovations, HUL and PHD to represent India
Teams from Famous Innovations (print creative), HUL (marketing) and PHD (media) will represent India at Cannes Lions' Young Lions competition this year.
 
Famous Innovations' Mithila Saraf (copy) and Nishad Jagtap (art) have qualified for Cannes Young Lions' Creative Competition for 2017.
 
From HUL, Vikram Shashimohan and Sachit Handa have won the marketing leg.
 
PHD Media's Ronnie Thomas and Tejas Shah have won the media leg.
 
This wins them an all expenses trip to France to participate in the global Young Lions competition in Cannes. 
 
 
 
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