Campaign India Team
Jan 12, 2023

One Asia Creative Awards 2022: Ogilvy Mumbai is agency of the year

Cadbury bagged client of the year

One Asia Creative Awards 2022: Ogilvy Mumbai is agency of the year
Ogilvy Mumbai bagged the 'Best of Show', two 'Best of Disciplines' (Experiential and Immersive, PR) and the 'Cultural Driver Award' for its 'Shah Rukh Khan - My Ad' for Cadbury Celebrations at the One Asia Creative Awards 2022. 
 
The agency also won three Gold awards for the piece of work across the 'Experiential and Immersive', 'Public Relations' and 'Social Media' categories. The piece of work which was created with Wavemaker and Rephrase.ai also bagged a Silver in the 'Social Media' category.
 
Ogilvy's entry for MTV and ARDSI's 'Memory Karaoke' for which it worked with Vanilla Films and Ronin Labs also won the One Asia Sustainable Development Goals Award. The piece of work also won Bronze. 
 
Ogilvy and Wavemaker also won Bronze for Cadbury Perk's 'Perk Disclaimers' in the 'Integrated' category.
 
Ogilvy was ranked as the One Asia Creative Agency of the Year, with the piece of work for Cadbury Celebrations being the highest-ranked work of the year. Cadbury bagged the 'Client of the Year' title. Harshad Rajadhyaksha and Kainaz Karmakar were tied for CCOs of the Year.
 
Ek Type Mumbai also won Bronze for its 'Anek Multi-script' for Google Font in the 'Typography' category.
 
 
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Campaign India

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