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Ogilvy Mumbai wins White Pencil at D&AD IMPACT Awards

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Ogilvy Mumbai wins White Pencil  at D&AD IMPACT Awards

Ogilvy Advertising Mumbai’s ‘Beauty Tips By Reshma’ won the esteemed White Pencil in the category, Government Engagement at the D&AD IMPACT Awards.

Piyush Pandey, Executive Chairman & Creative Director,  Ogilvy South Asia, said,  “Every piece of work and every award in Ogilvy is dear to me. But when a piece of work goes on to affect human lives for the better, there can be no greater joy.  Reshma's story of courage was done for India but has become a talking point around the world. That I think is the power of a strong idea.”

Rajiv Rao, National Creative Director, Ogilvy India said, “This is special. It’s the inaugural year of the Impact awards and to win a White in the first year feels great. But more importantly, this campaign is close to our hearts.”

Harshad Rajadhyaksha and Kainaz Karmakar, Executive Creative Directors, Ogilvy Advertising Mumbai said, “Every award for ‘Beauty Tips By Reshma’ is yet another voice supporting this cause and we are grateful for that. We are super proud of our team Harshik Suraiya and Geetanjali Jaiswal.”

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