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Cannes Lions 2016: India sees 4 entries shortlisted in Direct Lions

20-June-2016
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Cannes Lions 2016: India sees 4 entries shortlisted in Direct Lions

Out of the 293 entries selected for Cannes Direct Lions today, India had a total of four shortlisted entries between three agencies.

Ogilvy & Mather, Mumbai sees two shortlisted entries in the Charities & Appeals and Use of Social Platforms categories for ‘Beauty Tips ByReshma’ from ‘Make Love Not Scars’ for their product ‘Acid Attack’.

BBDO India Mumbai sees one shortlist in the Fast Moving Consumer Goods category for their client Procter & Gamble India for their campaign DADS#SHARETHELOAD (Case Study) for their product Ariel Matic.

Leo Burnett India Mumbai sees one shortlist in the Financial Products & Services category for HDFC BankIndia for the ‘Memories For Life’ campaign.

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