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Cannes 2015: No Indian entries shortlisted for Mobile or Innovation Lions this year

21-June-2015
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Cannes 2015: No Indian entries shortlisted for Mobile or Innovation Lions this year

Innovation shortlist for Cannes Lions 2015 is out and as it turns out, there are no Indian entries shortlisted.


In the Innovation Lions category in 2013, no Indian entry was shortlisted, while last year PHD India’s Kan Khajura Tesan was shortlisted but failed to win any Lions.


Kan Khajura Tesan had fetched Lowe & Partners Worldwide Mumbai a Gold in Mobile Lions last year.


A total of 34 entries were shortlisted this year. There are 8 entries from USA, 3 entries from UK and 3 from Japan.

 

A total of 109 entries are shortlisted for Mobile Lions this year. 

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