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JWT India bags Gold Ingot at the Midas Awards produced by New York Festivals

11-December-2007
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JWT India bags Gold Ingot at the Midas Awards produced by New York Festivals

India bagged a Gold Ingot and two Finalist Certificates at The Midas Awards, produced by New York Festivals. Midas Awards recognises excellence in financial services communications on a global scale.

JWT India bagged a Gold Ingot for its work titled ‘Lifeline’ for Reliance Life Insurance in the Best Billboard category.

Angel Broking, Mumbai, got a Finalist Certificate in the Best Integrated (Mixed Media) Campaign category for its ‘Angel Broking Service Truly Personalized’ campaign. Bank of Baroda, Mumbai, also got a Finalist Certificate, in the Best Integrated (Mixed Media) Campaign category for its ‘Brand Launch’ campaign.

Honouring advertising in banking, brokerage, insurance, mutual fund, credit card, real estate, accounting and consulting, Midas Awards focusses on four distinct areas – consumer and B2B communications, corporate communications, craft and technique and best use of medium.

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