Campaign India Team
Jun 19, 2018

Cannes Lions 2018: Indian agencies add three more metals to their tally

Creativeland Asia, Grey India and McCann Worldgroup are among the winners on day two

Cannes Lions 2018: Indian agencies add three more metals to their tally
It was raining Bronze metals for India on the second day at the Cannes Lions when awards across five categories -- Design, Mobile, Outdoor, Print & Publishing, Radio & Audio were announced today.
 
In the Outdoor Lions category, India bagged two Bronze Lions.
 
Creativeland Asia bagged a Bronze Lions for its "Madhubani" "Pattachitra" and "Warli" campaign for Mercedes Benz India. View the ads here:
 
  
 
 
 
The other Bronze Lion went to Grey India for "Sehat ka batua" campaign for Mahindra Rise. 
 
 
In the category Print & Publishing, "Five Status Words" by McCann India for Harpic Bathroom Cleaning Liquid bagged a solitary Bronze.
 
 
In categories like Design and Mobile, Indian shortlists failed to translate into metals, while in the Radio and Audio category, India had no shortlist.
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