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Emvies 2010 tonight: Will new winners be crowned?

27-August-2010
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Emvies 2010 tonight: Will new winners be crowned?

Excitement is in the air with the stage set for Ad Club Bombay’s Emvies 2010 awards on August 27, 2010. While creative fraternity has its fair share of awards, Emvies recognises the media part of the advertising industry, which is often ignored. The awards recognise the innovative and outstanding media initiatives. This is the 10th year of the Emvies. The grand awards ceremony will be held at the Ball Room, Hotel Taj Lands End, Bandra, Mumbai, from 6.45 pm onwards.

Commenting on the awards, Bipin R Pandit, General Manager, Advertising Club Bombay told exchange4media, “The Emvies is a premier event which is highly respected by the fraternity, primarily because of its unique judging process. The second round of judging for Emvies is done by clients and marketers, which bring in a different perspective to the awards. Therefore, Emvies judging is a robust process, thus making the awards all the more coveted.”

This year during the awards, there will be four case study presentations by MudraMax, Motivator, Mediacom and Mindshare, which will give a peek to a large gathering of expected 700 guests into their innovative and path-breaking media campaigns.

The awards will be given away across 14 categories, besides the Grand Emvie, People’s Choice Award and the Best Media Agency of the Year. The event is sponsored by Times Television Network.

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