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1pointsize wins bronze at NY Fest

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1pointsize wins bronze at NY Fest

Chennai-based creative shop 1pointsize has bagged a bronze medal and two finalist nominations at the 2004 New York Festival. The winning entry was the Gulf War ad created for Stori.

Dwelling on the achievement, Sharad Haksar, Head, 1pointsize, said, “We are very happy. Winning a bronze is not a small achievement considering the stiff competition. Hopefully, we’ll pick many more next year.”

With this award, 1pointsize has made a haul of 20 metals in just 2 years. The laurels include one gold, three silver and three bronze victories at Spark 2003. From this year’s Spark, the group romped home with five each of gold and silver and two bronze awards.


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