MediaCom India picked up three gold and 1 bronze trophy at the 2016 Global Festival of Media Awards Hosted at the Rome Cavalieri in Italy. Globally, MediaCom took home 11 awards; 4 gold, 3 silver and 4 bronze.
Celebrating the best in media thinking and effectiveness on a global scale which is specifically created to provide a platform to promote the best in class work globally, The Festival of Media is the only awarding body that is dedicated to the evolution of media.
Judged by a senior panel of agency heads and global and regional brand marketers, MediaCom India was awarded 4 gold and a bronze award for its work on P&G across 5 categories including Best Communications Strategy, Best Launch Campaign, Best Engagement Strategy and The Effectiveness Award.
The wins included:
· Best Communications Strategy: MediaCom India for P&G: Ariel - Removing the stains of social inequality
· Best Engagement Strategy: MediaCom India for P&G: Ariel - Removing the stains of social inequality
· Best Launch Campaign: MediaCom India for P&G: Ariel - Removing the stains of social inequality
· The Effectiveness Award: MediaCom India for P&G: Ariel - Removing the stains of social inequality
Commenting on the win, Mark Heap, CEO MediaCom APAC said, “This is a fantastic achievement, I am so pleased that we’ve received global recognition for our work within the region. Each and every year we see the quality of the work entered into Festival of Media rise. It’s a big achievement for us within APAC, and I am especially pleased that we have been able to contribute so effectively to our global network and their overall score. I’m thrilled for our people as our success is down to the hard work they do each and every day.”
Debraj Tripathy, Managing Director of MediaCom India said, “This is another wonderful recognition for the high quality work that we deliver for our clients. We have been consistently winning across international award forums. Congratulations to each and every member of the MediaCom India team.”
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