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WATConsult wins big at SAARC Awards 2017

22-May-2017
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WATConsult wins big at SAARC Awards 2017

WATConsult, part of the Dentsu Aegis Network, has bagged five awards at the recently conducted SAARC Awards 2017 conducted by the Delhi Ad Club. Along with winning the prestigious Agency of the Year, WATConsult won two golds for DBS in Online Video and Search Marketing Categories, and two golds for Bajaj Allianz in Social Media Marketing and Mobile Marketing Category.

Till date, the agency has received more than 100 awards and recognitions in the field of digital media marketing. It has won six Agency of the Year awards over last four years, which include ‘The Most Progressive Digital Agency Award’ at CMO ASIA Singapore, ‘The Social Media Agency of the Year 2014’ at Socialathon Delhi, ‘Boutique Media Agency of the Year’ at Media Ace Awards, Mumbai, The Campaign Agency of the year India (Bronze) at the Campaign Asia Awards, Digital Agency of the year at DOD awards 2016, and the recent Digital Agency of the Year at Delhi Ad club awards 2017.

Commenting on the same, Rajiv Dingra, Founder and CEO, WATConsult, said, “Awards are great way to showcase work recognition and we are glad the jury of Delhi Ad Club found our work worthy of the same. The teams are very happy with the wins. We hope to continue doing the same and build better campaigns in the future.”

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