Campaign India Team
Jun 18, 2018

Cannes Lions 2018: India bags shortlists across Design, Mobile, Outdoor and Print & Publishing categories

Indian agencies including Creativeland Asia, TBWA, Ogilvy, Grey and McCann bag nine shortlists across five categories that were announced today

Cannes Lions 2018: India bags shortlists across Design, Mobile, Outdoor and Print & Publishing categories
The organisers of Cannes Lions 2018 announced shortlists across five categories today - Design, Mobile, Outdoor, Print & Publishing, Radio & Audio today.
 
In the design category, "Ibsen - the drama of good trumping evil", Surnai theatre festival, by Ogilvy & Mather, Mumbai and "Blink to speak" for the Asha Ek Hope Foundation by TBWA\INDIA Mumbai bagged a shortlist each. 
 
For the Mobile category Ogilvy & Mather, Mumbai bagged the only shortlist among Indian agencies for its Vodafone Sakhi campaign.
 
In Outdoor India got four shortlists, three for Creativeland Asia for its "Madhubani" "Pattachitra" and "Warli" campaign for Mercedes Benz India.
 
The fourth shortlist went to Grey India for "Sehat ka batua" campaign for Mahindra Rise.
 
In the category Print & Publishing, the "Blink to speak" campaign by TBWA\INDIA Mumbai and "Five Status Words" by McCann India for Harpic Bathroom Cleaning Liquid bagged a shortlist each.
 
In Radio & Audio, India had no shortlist.
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

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