Taproot Dentsu sweeps ABBYs with 41 metals winning 9 gold,20 silver and 12 bronze metals; Social Street wins 40 metals, JWT India bags 36 metals
Goafest 2017 concluded today evening after three days of celebrating the Indian media and entertainment industry, honouring the best talent at the ABBYs and with some of the most respected names from the media industry marking their presence at the annual event.
Taproot Dentsu whose tally at the end of day 2 was 6 Gold, 15 silvers and 7 Bronze metals, sweptthe Abbys by winning a total of 41 metals- 9 gold,20 silver and 12 bronze. The agency’s gold metals included its work on Odds by Adidas. It bagged some Silver metals for Adidas Tale of Two, Suspect All – Panasonic CCTV, Uber Tourister, Airtel Open Network.
The Social Street, which had won 2 Golds, 4 Silvers and 12 Bronze metals by the end of Day 2, bagged a total 40 metals- 4 gold, 9 silver and 27 bronze. Among The Golds bagged by the agency were for Good Day Stars In Their Eyes and Spot of Sun for Health Assure. Silvers were won for Axis Mutual Funds- Do Your Homework, Arvind Lifestyle Brands The Priceless Shirt, Star Jalsha Bring Them Back and Madhya Pradesh Police Ujjain- Doorstep Resort, Doorstep Office and Doorstep Home.
J Walter Thompson bagged 36 metals- 6 gold, 14 silver and 16 bronze.The agency won Golds for Pepsi Mini Series, Indian Red Cross Society Blood Banking and Goldilocks Disclaimer series.
Scarecrow Communication won 21 metals in all- 9 silver and 12 bronze. Dentsu Impact- Dentsu Aegis Network bagged a total of 20 metals.
For full list of winners see table below:
|Creative ABBY Awards - 2017|
|RESULTS ARE EMBARGOED TILL END OF AWARD CEREMONY|
|Sr. No.||Agency/ Organization||Bronze||Silver||Gold||Total|
|3||Alok Nanda and Company (Communications) Pvt. Ltd||1||1|
|4||Amol Jadhav Photography||1||1|
|5||Autumn Winter Communications and Design||7||4||11|
|6||BBC Media Action India ltd.||1||1|
|7||BC Web Wise - Mumbai||1||1|
|8||Big I Tuna||1||1|
|9||Blink Digital India Pvt Ltd||1||2||3|
|10||Bombay Design Centre||2||2|
|11||Brave New World Communications Pvt. Ltd.||1||1|
|13||Cellar Door Productions Pvt. Ltd.||1||1|
|14||Cheil India Pvt. Ltd.||1||1|
|19||Dainik Bhaskar Group||2||2|
|20||Dentsu Impact - Dentsu Aegis Network||10||10||20|
|22||Early Man Film||3||1||1||5|
|24||Famous Innovations Digital Creative Pvt. Ltd.||1||9||3||13|
|25||FCB Interface, Mumbai||3||2||1||6|
|26||Flying Saucer Pictures||1||1|
|32||Havas Worldwide India Pvt. Ltd||2||2|
|34||HT Media Ltd.||1||1|
|35||Hungama Digital Services - Mumbai||1||1||2|
|37||ibs - Mumbai||1||1|
|39||Innocean Worldwide Communications||1||1|
|41||Jagran Prakashan Ltd||2||5||2||9|
|44||Law & Kenneth Saatchi & Saatchi Pvt. Ltd.||4||4||8|
|45||LE PLEX (Sony Pictures Network India Pvt Ltd)||1||1|
|47||Little Red Car Films||1||1|
|48||Madison - Media||1||1||2|
|50||Madison Public Relations||1||2||3|
|53||Mathrubhumi Printing & Publishing Co Ltd||2||1||3|
|58||Mindshare - Fulcrum - Mumbai||1||1|
|60||Open Strategy & Design Pvt. Ltd.||3||4||4||11|
|61||Out of the Box||1||2||3|
|62||Pulp Strategy Communications Pvt. Ltd.||1||1|
|63||R K Swamy BBDO & HT Media Ltd.||1||1|
|66||Red Ice Productions PVT LTD||1||1||2|
|69||River Advertising Private Limited||2||2|
|71||Scarecrow & ideas@work||1||1|
|73||Setu Advertising Private Limited||1||1|
|74||Sideways Consulting LLP||3||1||4|
|75||Star India Pvt. Ltd.||6||4||3||13|
|79||The Social Street||27||9||4||40|
|80||Toast Events Pvt Ltd - Mumbai||1||1|
|81||Tonic Media Digital Pvt Ltd.||1||1|
|85||Value 360 Communications||1||1||2|
|86||Viacom18 Media Pvt Ltd & Viacom18 Brand Solutions||1||1||2|
|89||Wizcraft International Entertainment Pvt. Ltd||1||1|
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