Campaign India Team
Jul 17, 2014

Emvies 2014 to be hosted on 17 September

Entry deadline 4 August; every winning entry will beget a trophy each for agency and client from this year

Emvies 2014 to be hosted on 17 September

The Advertising Club has announced that the 2014 edition of the Emvies will be hosted on 17 September 2014 in Mumbai. The award show will accept entries until 4 August 2014.

From this year - the 60th anniversary of the Advertising Club - every winning entry will be given two trophies. In addition to the agency’s trophy, the client will also be awarded one.

New categories announced this year are:

- Best Use of Analytics/Data Technology in the Best Media Research

- Best Media Innovation (for agencies not exceeding Rs 50 crores annual billing with no affiliation to any global agency network or large media independent)

As in previous editions, the best presentation will be awarded on each day of round two (case study presentations). This would bebased on a combined score of the audience and judges.

The entry form can be downloaded at

Key dates:


4 August, 2014



Last date for receiving entries

13 August, 2014



Judging – Round I (Mumbai)

14 August, 2014



Judging – Round I (Mumbai)

19 August, 2014



Judging – Round I (Delhi)

22 August,  2014



Shortlisted entries announcement

9 September, 2014



Case Study Presentation – Round II (Mumbai)

11 September, 2014



Case Study Presentation – Round II (Mumbai)

12 September, 2014



Case Study Presentation – Round II (Mumbai)

17 September, 2014



Awards Night (Mumbai)



Campaign India

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