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Ogilvy India’s ‘Envied’ lot; Grand Prix for Google reunion ad

17-December-2013
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Ogilvy India’s ‘Envied’ lot; Grand Prix for Google reunion ad

The first edition of Envies, Ogilvy India’s very own awards, saw 35 campaigns being recognised across categories such as Film, Radio, Outdoor, Digital, Design, and Print. The Awards ceremony was held in Mumbai on December 16, 2013.

The ‘Reunion’ campaign for Google Search bagged the Grand Prix award. Incidentally, the reunion ad has been one of the most viewed ads on YouTube this year, registering 10,617,223 views.

Watch the ad here…

Ogilvy had an external jury for the Envies, which included Agnello Dias (Taproot), Raj Kamble (StrawberryFrog), Sajan Raj Kurup (Creativeland Asia), Ashish Chakravarty (Contract), Arun Iyer (Lowe), Akshay Kapnadak (McCann Erickson), Malvika Mehra (Grey), Josy Paul (BBDO), Sonal Dabral (DDB Mudra), and V Sunil (Wieden+Kennedy).

Following is the complete list of winners of the Envies 2013: 

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