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Mumbai named 12th most creative city

05-October-2011
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Mumbai named 12th most creative city

According to the 2011 Cannes Report which is an official and definitive guide to the rankings from the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, it shows that Mumbai has climbed from 15th place to become the 12th most creative city in the world.

Furthermore, after winning 24 lions at Cannes Lions, India has held its place in the top 20 most awarded countries ranking in 12th position.The new 200-page edition of The Cannes Report includes listings and analysis of the most awarded advertisers, independents, networks, production companies, creatives, directors and agencies at the Festival. Also included are the most awarded agencies in each region and the most awarded countries and cities. There are invaluable insights and advice from the 2011 jury presidents about creating the perfect entry as well as reports on the key themes discussed at this year’s seminars.

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