Campaign India Team
Nov 11, 2011

Four Indian winners at Campaign Asia-Pacific Digital Media Awards 2011

Mindshare picks up a Silver and Bronze; BBDO/Proximity and Reprise Media a Bronze each

Four Indian winners at Campaign Asia-Pacific Digital Media Awards 2011

There were four Indian winners at the Campaign Asia Pacific Digital Media Awards 2011, announced in Beijing on 9 November.

Mindshare India picked up a Silver for its work on Castrol India called 'Kept It Simple Silly', and a Bronze for 'Largest Consumer Co-Creation Program from India that beat PepsiCo Global records' for PepsiCo India.

Reprise Media picked up a Bronze for its 'Not Jobs But Passion' campaign for Birla Sun Life Insurance. BBDO/Proximity India also won a Bronze for 'Aviva Great Wall Of Education'.

Among the shortlisted Indian agencies were Interface Business Solutions for Tata Docomo, Maxus for Bausch & Lomb and Vodafone and Webchutney for Makemytrip.com. AKQA Shanghai also was shortlisted for its 'Bleed Blue' work for Nike India.

Proximity China and Goodstein & Partners jointly won the Digital Agency of the Year award at this year's Digital Media Awards.They obtained the highest aggregate score from separate categories for their partnership in rolling out “The People’s Car” co-creation project for auto giant Volkswagen.

For the complete list of winners, go to www.digitalmediaawardsasia.com/winner/2011
 

Source:
Campaign India

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