Campaign India Team
Nov 12, 2018

London International Awards: Nine statues for Indian agencies

Cheil, FCB India, TBWA and WATConsult among winners

London International Awards: Nine statues for Indian agencies
Indian agencies took home nine statues at the recently announced London International Awards. The awards covered advertising, digital, technology driven work, health and pharma and branded entertainment.
 
Barbara Levy, president, London International Awards, said, “Indian advertising is really moving forward.  We saw that in this year’s winners’ tally when they shone in the digital and 'the new'.” 
 
TBWA India won two Silver statues for its 'Blink to Speak' entry for Eye Language Guide.
 
Cheil Worldwide bagged a Silver and two Bronze metals to finish with three awards for 'The Good Vibes Project'. 
 
FCB India bagged a Silver and Bronze for 'Sindoor Khela - #NoConditionsApply' for The Times of India. 
 
WATConsult's '#PowerlessQueen' won two Bronze statues. 
 
SM Talha Nazim, senior ECD, Innocean Worldwide, was among the jury members. 
 
He said, “An award is as good as its jury. What I loved about the non-traditional jury, and LIA in general, was the calibre and the diversity. This helped us understand the cultural nuances and handpick the very bravest of the brave work from across the world."
 
 
 
Source:
Campaign India

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