Campaign India Team
May 18, 2009

Contract, Publicis bag a bronze each at Clio

Contract Advertising and Publicis Communications have each bagged a bronze in the design category at the 2009 Clio Awards, each adding to their earlier tally of one gold and one bronze, respectively.While Contract Advertising's design arm Design Sutra bagged the bronze for its 'Chocolate Box', Corporate Social Responsibility campaign (Package Design), Publicis Communications won the metal for 'Cancer Patients Aid Association (Environmental Design). Winners of all the categories at the Clio Awards have now been announced.

Contract, Publicis bag a bronze each at Clio

Contract Advertising and Publicis Communications have each bagged a bronze in the design category at the 2009 Clio Awards, each adding to their earlier tally of one gold and one bronze, respectively.

While Contract Advertising's design arm Design Sutra bagged the bronze for its 'Chocolate Box', Corporate Social Responsibility campaign (Package Design), Publicis Communications won the metal for 'Cancer Patients Aid Association (Environmental Design).

Winners of all the categories at the Clio Awards have now been announced.

Campaign India had earlier reported Contract Advertising bagging a gold in the Poster Category for Aadhar Association's 'Family Name' and Publicis Communications winning a bronze for Wespro Digital Cameras' 'Sports Capture' in the Innovative Category.

Source:
Campaign India

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