Campaign India Team
Jun 20, 2018

Cannes Lions 2018: Sweet Change brings home the Silver and Gold for McCann

McCann, Ogilvy and FCB India among winners as the Indian contingent adds five more to its tally on Day three at the Cannes Lions festival

Cannes Lions 2018: Sweet Change brings home the Silver and Gold for McCann
The organisers of the Cannes Lions 2018 have announced winners across Brand Experience and Activation, Creative e-commerce, Digital Craft, Entertainment, Entertainment for Music, Film Craft and Industry Craft.
 
In the category of Creative eCommerce, India had two shortlists. Both materialised into metals as McCann India won a Gold and a Silver for its 'Sweet change' campaign for PayTM e-wallet. 
 
 
In the category of Film Craft India got two more metals, as Ogilvy Bangalore picked up a Silver and a Bronze for its 'world's most honest tourism film' for Madhya Pradesh Tourism. 

In the category Brand Experience and Activation FCB India's 'Sindoor Khela' for the Times of India got India a bronze.  

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