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Taproot India is the top creative agency in India: Gunn Report

07-March-2013
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Taproot India is the top creative agency in India: Gunn Report

The Gunn Report has revealed its winners list on creative excellence in advertising worldwide for the year 2012. The report declares Taproot India as the top creative agency in India.

“Taproot is the only Indian agency to be ranked amongst the top 50 in the world. We were in the top three a year ago as well,” said Agnello Dias, Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer Taproot India.

According to the report, Taproot leads with 10 awards, closely followed by Ogilvy & Mather with nine awards.

Leo Burnett ranks at number three with seven awards. Creativeland Asia is next with five awards.

Contract Advertising and McCann Worldgroup share the fifth spot with four awards each.

The Gunn Report was created in 1999 and is based on a simple idea. It combines the winners’ lists from all of the world’s most important award contests, thus to establish the annual worldwide league tables for the advertising industry.

In 2012, this encompassed 46 shows in total – national, regional and global – and the winners at these shows in TV, print, digital and All Gunns Blazing.

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