Campaign India Team
Nov 29, 2010

KV Sridhar and Gowthaman Ragothaman named as people winners at Agency Of The Year 2010 Awards

Other Indian winners and agencies shortlisted for India & The Subcontinent category also announced

KV Sridhar and Gowthaman Ragothaman named as people winners at Agency Of The Year 2010 Awards

KV Sridhar (L) and Gowthaman Ragothaman (R) among people winners at Campaign Asia Pacific's Agency of The Year 2010 Awards

 

Campaign Asia-Pacific has released the shortlist and the first of the people winners for its annual Agency of the Year 2010 award show, taking place at the St Regis in Singapore on December 14, 2010. 

In the category India & The Subcontinent, Gowthaman Ragothaman, leader, South Asia, Mindshare, has been declared the agency head of the year, and KV "Pops" Sridhar, national creative director, Leo Burnett India, the creative of the year. Kawal S Shoor of Ogilvy & Mather Mumbai is the account person of the year and Averill Sequeira of Mindshare, the media planner/buyer of the year.
The following are the shortlisted agencies for India & The Subcontinent: 

Creative Agency of the Year:

BBDO/Proximity India, Delhi
Leo Burnett Mumbai
Ogilvy & Mather Mumbai       

Media Agency of the Year:

MediaCom Mumbai
Mindshare Mumbai
OMD Mumbai       

Digital Agency of the Year:

G2 Direct & Digital Mumbai (A division of Grey Worldwide (India) Pvt. Ltd.)
Mindshare Mumbai
OMD Digital Mumbai       

Specialist Agency of the Year:

Mindshare (Business Planning) Bangalore
Mudra Max Mumbai
RAPP India

Click here for the complete list of people winners and here for the shortlisted agencies. 

Celebrating industry achievements, the Agency of the Year awards recognises the strides that media, creative and one-to-one agencies and talented professionals make each year. Currently in its 17th year, Agency of the Year rewards the companies and individuals that have not only contributed to raising industry standards but have also excelled in business performance. The awards are independently audited by PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Source:
Campaign India