Campaign India Team
Sep 14, 2010

Mindshare, Network Advertising team are the winners in the Young Spikes competition

Mindshare's Paridhi Johri and Deepa Raghuraman and Network Advertising's Aditya Seshadri and Prachi More are the winners of the Young Spikes competition in their respective categories.

Mindshare, Network Advertising team are the winners in the Young Spikes competition

The Advertising Agencies Association of India (AAAI) today declared the winners of Young Spikes Media Competition 2010, India and Young Spikes Integrated Competition 2010, India. 

Paridhi Johri and Deepa Raghuraman of Mindshare, Mumbai, were declared the winners of the Young Spikes Media Competition 2010, India and Aditya Seshadri and Prachi More, the team from Network Advertising, Mumbai, were declared the winners of the Young Spikes Integrated Competition 2010, India. 

The competition was organised by the Advertising Agencies Association of India (AAAI), supported by the The Times Group. 

The winners will get an opportunity to participate in the Spikes Asia’s Media and Integrated Competitions to be held in Singapore this month. This is an all-expense-paid trip, courtesy Espirit Watches and State Bank of India.

The two-phase judging of competitions was completed on Monday, September 13th with the help of an eminent set of jury from the Industry.

Source:
Campaign India

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