Campaign India Team
Apr 06, 2015

Maddys 2015: Stark wins Agency of the Year title

RK Swamy BBDO wins five Golds, most by an agency

Maddys 2015: Stark wins Agency of the Year title

Stark Communications bagged the Agency of the Year title at the Maddys 2015, organised by the Madras Ad Club. The agency’s haul included four Gold, three Silvers and 10 Bronze awards, besides a special jury award.

The agency's Gold wins were for work on Kerala Tourism (Print Service category), Malayala Manorama (Print Media category), Stark Communications (Internal Communication category) and Gilma (Unpublished category). The special jury award was for work done for Viswaprakash Central School.

Other agencies to bag Gold at the awards night on 27 March in Chennai were: RK Swamy BBDO (five); Radeus Advertising (four); Feswa Creative (three); Madison Communications (three); TCC Creative (two); Nirvana Films (one);  Rediffusion (one); Black Box (one); Still Water Films (one); Chirpy Elephant (one); Veera (one); Crayons Advertising (one);  Big Fox (one); Digitally Inspired Media (one); Influx Interactive (one); Banana Brandworks (one).

For the complete list of winners click here (http://adclubmadras.com/maddy-2015/maddys-2015-winners-list/)

Source:
Campaign India

Related Articles

Just Published

16 hours ago

Trust, preference and motivation—what motivated ...

As per the ‘Elections Matter: India Report’ over 55% of millennials followed the news daily compared to about 36% of Gen Z people.

17 hours ago

News Nation appoints Tarun Goswami as marketing head

Goswami will lead the marketing and strategy development for the Hindi news channel.

20 hours ago

The changing face of advertising campaigns in India

We are in an age where consumers pay brands not to show ads, and at the same time give access to every brand to show ads.

20 hours ago

Publicis Groupe-backed MSL launches MSL Mojo

It also shared findings from its ‘Make Way for Bharat Z’ report that offers insights into the consumer and spending behaviour of Gen Z from tier 3 and 4 cities.