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The Advertising Club shortlists 177 entries for EMVIES 2016

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The Advertising Club shortlists 177 entries for EMVIES 2016

The Advertising Club received a record number of entries for EMVIES this year. The aggregate of 971 entries is the highest ever received by the Ad Club in sixteen years of organizing EMVIES.

 These entries were judged by 133 top notch media professionals across 35 categories on 27th & 28th July, 2016 in Mumbai & 2nd August, 2016 at Delhi.

 Based on the aggregate scores assigned by the 133 media professionals, the EMVIES Committee at the Ad Club has shortlisted 177 case studies that will be presented from 22nd August to 26th August, 2016 at Manik Sabhagriha Auditorium, Vishwakarma, M. D. Lotlikar Vidya Sankul, Mumbai from 2.00 pm to 6.00 pm.

 The case study presentation is a final round of judging and the jury comprises of big names from the marketing fraternity. An added attraction is that the audience will also be the judge and will get an opportunity to exercise one vote everyday if they are present before 2.00 p.m.

The  EMVIE trophies will be presented on  2nd September, 2016.

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