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WPP ranks Ogilvy Mumbai as WPP ‘Office of the Year’

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WPP ranks Ogilvy Mumbai as WPP ‘Office of the Year’

The WPP Annual, which showcases the best creative work across the entire WPP network, has ranked Ogilvy & Mather (O&M) Mumbai as its No. 1 office for 2006. This is the first time that an Indian agency belonging to the WPP group has been ranked No.1 Office of the Year.

Excited by the win, Piyush Pandey, O&M’s Executive Chairman & National Creative Director, said, “I am delighted for the people of Ogilvy Mumbai, as WPP is a very large network with a lot of its offices doing some great work. To stand out in this company is a huge achievement. It is a reflection of the width of our work which spreads across almost all our clients.”

Every year, the WPP Annual features creative work developed by the WPP companies, including print ads, TV commercials, branding and identity projects. It is done in the spirit of celebrating creative excellence.

WPP is a global communications network with over 2,000 offices in 106 countries, which comprises agencies like O&M, JWT, Grey Worldwide, Y&R, Bates, Contract, Everest and Red Cell amongst others.


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