Campaign India Team
Oct 17, 2016

PMAA Dragons of Asia: Mediacom, PHD, Triton, Vibgyor bag Golds

PHD's 'Help a child reach five' work takes Blue Dragon or 'Best in India', agency finishes second on agency tally

PMAA Dragons of Asia: Mediacom, PHD, Triton, Vibgyor bag Golds
PHD India bagged a Blue Dragon – or Best in India – for its 'Help a Child Reach 5' campaign at the Promotion Marketing Awards Asia's (PMAA) Dragons of Asia awards. The entry also bagged a Gold.
 
The agency also bagged two Silver and one Bronze Dragon as it finished second on the Dragons of Asia Industry Ranking Ladder, behind Geometry Global Hong Kong. 
 
From India, Mediacom (for Ariel), Triton (Eureka Forbes) and Vibgyor Brand Services (Amazon) also won Gold Dragons.
 
Bi Worldwide (Silver), Pulp Strategy Communications (Bronze), Encompass India (Bronze), BigCity Promotions (Bronze), Hungama Digital Services (Bronze) also won at this year's edition.
 
Young Dragons
 
Georges Cheruvelil of PHD India won a Silver in this category. Omnicom Media Group's Aparajita Saxena won Bronze.
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