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O&M picks up two ‘Gold Lions’

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O&M picks up two ‘Gold Lions’

It’s celebration time at the Rs 1,000-crore Ogilvy & Mather India (O&M). O&M has picked up two ‘Gold Lions’ for ad campaigns for Cancer Patients Aid Association at the prestigious international advertising festival ‘Cannes 2002’ held at Cannes.

In the press ad category, Piyush Pandey won a gold for his anti-smoking ad created for the Cancer Patients Aid Association. And for the same client, O&M won a gold in the outdoor media category too. In 1999, O&M won the first Gold Lion for media innovation for our client Kodak India.

The advertising fraternity across the globe considers the Cannes Lions advertising festival as prestigious as the Oscars.


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