Campaign India Team
Aug 30, 2018

Marquees 2018: Winners announced

Maruti Suzuki, Honda Motorcyles and Scooters, Reliance Jio, LG, HDFC Life, SBI, Paytm Mall, Xiaomi, Parle, Brooke Bond, Surf Excel and Colgate bag sector awards

The IPL won a special category award
The IPL won a special category award
Winners of the second edition of the Marquees 2018 were announced in Mumbai on 29 August. 
 
Partho Dasgupta, CEO, BARC India and chairman, Marquee Awards, said, “At the outset, I would like to congratulate the winners of Marquees 2018. The awards are a recognition of your efforts and contribution to the world of marketing. I hope these awards are a stepping stone for creating transparent and credible marketing initiatives that will reinforce the brand values of your company and connect deeper with your stakeholders”
 
Vikram Sakhuja, group CEO, media and OOH, Madison Communications and President, The Advertising Club, said, “I would like to congratulate each Marquee winner and thank them for setting standards that inspire us.”
 
The winners of the Sector Awards at Marquees 2018 were:
 

Auto:4-Wheeler                       

Maruti Suzuki

Auto: 2-Wheeler

Honda Motorcycles and Scooters

Telecom Service Provider

Reliance Jio

Durables

LG

Life Insurance 

HDFC Life

Banking 

State Bank of India

E-commerce

Paytm mall

Handsets 

Xiaomi

FMCG: Foods

Parle

FMCG: Beverages

Brooke Bond

FMCG: Household Care

Surf Excel

FMCG: Personal Care

Colgate

The five winners of the special category were:

Breathing New Life into a Category

AMFI

Creating a Global Impact

IPL

Reimagining for the Better

Carvaan by Saregama

Carving out a Niche

Nykaa.com

Digital Media Property

Hotstar

 

 

 

 

 

Source:
Campaign India

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