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Maxus, DDB Mudra, Stark sweep Big Bang Awards

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Maxus, DDB Mudra, Stark sweep Big Bang Awards

Winners of the Big Bang 2012 Awards were announced on September 21. Organised by the Advertising Club Bangalore, the Awards this year saw Maxus, Stark Communications and DDB Mudra emerge as the key winners.

Maxus India was adjudged Media Agency of the Year. The agency bagged a total 40 metals for work done for its clients Vodafone, Nokia India, Kerala Tourism and Perfetti Van Melle. Maxus’ total haul included 13 Golds, 13 Silvers and 14 Bronzes.

Agency of the Year Award went to Stark Communications. The agency won five Golds, nine Silvers and eight Bronzes for its work done for Malayala Manorama and Radio Mango.

Tanishq from Titan Industries bagged the Ayaz Peerbhoy Multimedia Campaign of the Year for a creative agency. Jaison Antony of Stark Communications bagged the Art Director of the Year Award, while Shelton Pinheiro from Stark Communications bagged the Copy Writer of the Year Award.

Congratulating the winners, Prateek Srivastava, President, The Advertising Club Bangalore said, “The competition was keenly contested, with the juries spending one whole day for judging. I am extremely happy with the results.”

This year a total of 1,000 entries from 40 organisations were received across 68 categories. The jury comprised 20 industry veterans representing creative, account management, digital, media, PR, healthcare and clients.

The Big Bang Awards were constituted over 20 years ago, bringing together agencies across the country to share their creative campaigns and network with creative geniuses.

Click here to view:- Complete list of winners of Big Bang Awards 2012

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