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Ad Club to host Young Guns on March 13

12-March-2007
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Ad Club to host Young Guns on March 13

The Advertising Club of Bombay is hosting Young Guns, an international advertising award for creative professionals and students under the age of 30 years. The event will be held on March 13.

This is the first time that Young Guns is being held in India. The average entries that the awards ceremony receives are from more than 51 countries.

“Young Guns was created in 2000 with the aim to assist the development of young creative talent through recognition of their work and provision of real opportunities to assist their careers,” said Bipin Pandit, GM of Advertising Club of Bombay.

In addition to the award itself, Young Guns also hosts the Global Winners and Finalists Traveling Exhibition and the Young Guns Creative Brief.

In the Traveling Exhibition, the work of the winners and finalists form a traveling exhibition that is showcased around the globe – from Sydney, Auckland, Singapore, Mumbai, London and New York to over 2,000 creative peers and future employers.

In the Creative Brief, a real client provides significant opportunities for students and young creatives to improve their work.

The event is being sponsored by O&M.

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