Campaign India Team
Mar 13, 2009

Eight Indian entries shortlisted at INMA Awards 2009

Eight Indian entries have been shortlisted at the INMA Awards 2009 competition. The entries include Dainik Bhaskar’s ‘All the A’s Are With Us’- direct mail in print advertising sales and retention category. Mid Day Multimedia’s ‘Meet n Greet with Jethro Tull & Anoushka Shankar’ - online contest and ‘Mid Day's Online Anniversary Celebrations Contest’ have been shortlisted in the online advertising sales and retention category.

Eight Indian entries shortlisted at INMA Awards 2009

Eight Indian entries have been shortlisted at the INMA Awards 2009 competition.
The entries include Dainik Bhaskar’s ‘All the A’s Are With Us’- direct mail in print advertising sales and retention category. Mid Day Multimedia’s ‘Meet n Greet with Jethro Tull & Anoushka Shankar’ - online contest and ‘Mid Day's Online Anniversary Celebrations Contest’ have been shortlisted in the online advertising sales and retention category.

Rajasthan Patrika’s ‘Concerned Communicator Awards’ and The Times of India’s ‘Teach India’ got shortlisted in brand awareness across platforms category. Mid Day’s ‘MiD DAY Axe Effect Innovation’ has been shortlisted in the new marketing services category.

Dainik Bhaskar’s ‘Janta Ka Manifesto’ -public manifesto and Hindustan Times’ ‘Gurgaon Collapsing’ has been shortlisted in public relations and community service category.

Overall, 90 marketing campaigns from newspapers in 43 countries have been selected as finalists. From the finalists, 30 first-place award recipients across three circulation groups in 10 categories will be announced on Friday evening May 15, 2009, at the INMA World Congress in Miami, Florida.


 

 

 

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Campaign India

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