Dainik Jagran wins 17 metals at APAC Consumer Engagement Forum Awards
Dainik Jagran has swept the APAC Consumer Engagement Forum (ACEF) Awards bagging 17 metals. The ACEF program is organized by a team of professionals from India, Sri Lanka, and UAE and is guided by advisory members from branding, marketing, and creative agencies based in India, US, Australia, Singapore, UAE, and Sri Lanka.
Out of 16 awards given in the newspaper category at APAC CEF, Dainik Jagran won 13. Dainik Jagran won 3 other awards in the Events and Promotions category. It also bagged gold in the category ‘Most Admired Newspaper for Customer Engagement’. Overall, it secured 8 Gold, 7 Silver, and 2 Bronze awards.
On this occasion, Basant Rathore, Sr. VP – Strategy, Brand & Business Development, Jagran Prakashan, said, “Every campaign of ours comes from the core philosophy of Dainik Jagran. At the heart of all our campaigns is a sincerity of intent that shines through and connects with our readers. These big wins across national and international platforms are great recognition for the efforts put in by our teams across all markets. We are immensely happy on this occasion and hope that the winning run continues.”
These 17 wins at the APAC CEF have come close on the heels of sweeping the Abbys with 9 metals and the WAN IFRA Asian Media Awards with 3 metals in the Marketing and Community Services category. The awards tally for Dainik Jagran is now 29—the highest by any Indian newspaper so far this year. The awards were won for Jagran’s Reader Connect campaigns.
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