Campaign India Team
Jan 12, 2023

Effie India Awards 2022: Winners to be announced on 13 January

This year the awards have received 986 entries with over 53 agencies participating

Effie India Awards 2022: Winners to be announced on 13 January
The Advertising Club (TAC) will announce the winners for the 2022 edition of the Effie Awards on 13 January in Mumbai.
This year, the awards received 986 entries, with as many as 53 agencies participating. Furthermore, 493 jury members were selected to judge the entries for this year's Effie Awards.  
Partha Sinha, president, The Advertising Club, said, “The Advertising Club is a proud advocate to brands and agencies that create impactful innovations. It has been a long pause and we are excitedly expecting to witness some amazing work receive recognition and appreciation. This year at Effie India Awards, we are looking out for meaningful work that reflects effectiveness and efficiency. We are ecstatic and cannot wait to watch the category torchbearers and their work is celebrated at the industry’s most coveted awards event.” 
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