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Mindset Advertising sweeps 11 Golds at Adex Awards

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Mindset Advertising sweeps 11 Golds at Adex Awards

Mindset Advertising won 11 Golds for excellence in advertising at the Adex Awards, announced in Hyderabad recently. This was the highest tally of Gold awards among all the ad agencies of Hyderabad.

"There are a lot of big guns in Hyderabad, so it is quite an achievement. These awards restablishe a year's hard work that we have put in. Every person in our team has a great passion for work due to which we have been able to bag these awards," said an elated Santha John, Managing Director, Mindset EYW Advertising Pvt Ltd.

Mindset's tally included a Gold Trophy for the Best Continuing Campaign for Oakridge International School. It is for the third consecutive year that the agency has won this award.

Other Gold awards lapped up Mindset include its works for Shades Eyewear, Yashoda Hospital, Thums Up, Meena Jewellers, Hyderabad Traffic Police, Share Microfin, St Mary's College, Orion and Hyderabad Waterworks.

In addition, Mindset won several Silvers for its work for Dr Reddy's Laboratories, Satyam, Prasads I-Max, Kala Jyoti, Mars 3Com, Sukasso, Inner Space and other clients. In all, the ad agency won over 40 per cent of all awards given across all categories.

In recent times, the Hyderabad-based Mindset has also won three prestigious international awards for the work it has done for I-Flex, Share Microfin and the campaign against air pollution.


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