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Cannes 2016: India sees 6 entries shortlisted in Health & Wellness Lions

19-June-2016
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Cannes 2016: India sees 6 entries shortlisted in Health & Wellness Lions

The shortlist for the Health & Wellness Lions was announced today. India saw a total of 6 entries shortlisted between two agencies.

Rediffusion Y&R Mumbai sees 5 of its entries shortlisted in the Health & Wellness Lions category. The only other Indian agency that makes it to the shortlist is Medulla Communications with one entry.

Three of Rediffusion Y&R’s shortlisted entries were for their work for Amway. This was followed by one shortlisted entry each for HLL Lifecare (Moods Dots Condom) and Tata Motors.

The only other Indian agency to make the shortlist this year was Medulla Communications, which saw its work for Indian Association Of Palliative Care (IAPC) make the shortlist.

In all, 201 entries were shortlisted in this category. The winners will be announced tomorrow; June 18, 2016.
 

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