Campaign India Team
Dec 17, 2013

Ogilvy India celebrates its ‘finest’ work

The agency instituted its internal creative awards Envies this year; view the work chosen by an external jury, from the last two years

Ogilvy India celebrates its ‘finest’ work

“We do not take part in other local awards; yet all of you do such wonderful work. Envies is important to cheer you all and salute you all for such fantastic work,” said Piyush Pandey, executive chairman and creative director South Asia, Ogilvy & Mather India, addressing Ogilvy-ites from across the country assembled in Mumbai, for the first edition of the agency’s internal creative awards.

The event was hosted in Mumbai on 16 December. The awards were judged by a jury comprising creative heads from other agencies.

Here are some of the 35 campaigns that were adjudged winners, from the last two years:

Cadbury 5 Star - Tailor TVC

 

Cadbury Bournvita - Tayyari Jeet Ki

 

Amaron Batteries - Long Life

 

The Hindu - Youth are watching

 
 

100 Pipers - Sufirock

WWF

 
Tata Sky - Prison

Binani Cement

 
 
IDBI Fed Life Insurance
 

IPL - Carnival

 

Google - Reunion

Nazraana Jewellery

Lifebuoy Roti

Source:
Campaign India

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