Cannes Special: India misses the bus in Mobile Lions shortlist

None of the nine entries sent for the Mobile Lions category have made it to the shortlist this year

e4m by Priyanka Nair
Published: Jun 18, 2013 10:06 AM  | 1 min read
Cannes Special: India misses the bus in Mobile Lions shortlist

No entry from India has made it to the Mobile Lions shortlist, which was announced on June 17, 2013 at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity. India had sent a total of nine entries for this category. Overall, 101 entries have been shortlisted for Mobile Lions.

Rei Inamoto, Chief Creative Officer, VP, AKQA was the Jury President for Mobile Lions and there were no Indian jury members for this category this year as well.

Introduced in 2012, the mobile category rewards the best creative work which lives on or is activated by a mobile device, app or mobile web. The judging was based on creativity and the idea, execution (usability, user experience, craft and design), relevance to the mobile platform and results (level of user engagement and any quantifiable outcomes).

A total of 1,061 entries from 50 countries were submitted for the Mobile Lions category this year, an increase of 10 per cent as compared to 2012. 

Read more news about (internet advertising India, internet advertising, advertising India, digital advertising India, media advertising India)

For more updates, be socially connected with us on
Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook & Youtube

Cannes Lions 2022: Here’s what worked for India and what didn't

While 2022 turned out to be the best year for India at The Cannes Lions with 47 metals, there were some areas, like Print & Publishing and Outdoor, where we were not able to make our presence felt

By Mansi Sharma | Jun 29, 2022 8:12 AM   |   5 min read

cannes

Last year, after a mellow performance of 22 metals at Cannes Lions, the industry had lamented the dulling sheen of metals over the past few years. Speaking in a clubhouse room, hosted by exchange4media for the winners of last year,  Cheil India CCO Emmanuel Upputuru had said, “India is quite consistent at maintaining its average metal count for the past few years now, but I couldn’t help but notice that the numbers of Grand Prix and Gold Lions are slowly coming down. This, as an industry, we need to think how we can improve.” 

And the performance certainly improved this year, and how! The country not only more than doubled its count of metals, getting home 47 Lions, but also managed to grab an unprecedented five Grand Prix in a year, and maiden set of Titanium Lions. It was also the first time that an Indian agency – Dentsu Creative – was named the Creative Agency of the year. 

Reacting to the sea of stunning performances, Dentsu Creative CEO India Amit Wadhwa had said, “While we have won what we have, it is also amazing to see all the other agencies from India win big. What a lovely feeling!! We are undeniably proud to be associated with a campaign that takes top honours on a global platform. This indeed fuels the fire of passion and commitment in the team that has relentlessly worked on it. The entire credit goes to each one of them who has been involved, to all our present and ex-colleagues who have worked so hard on the campaign. They are the real winners.” 

BBDO India Chairperson and CCO Josy Paul said, “Ideas have no geography. What it takes to create great ideas is chemistry. It’s the electricity of creation. That’s what the team at Dentsu Creative (Webchutney) demonstrated so well. As did all the Indian agencies that contributed to the glory (some more than others but all making a difference): Dentsu Creative, FCB, Ogilvy, VMLY&R, Leo Burnett, DDB Mudra, McCann, Byju’, BBDO India and many others who added to the long tail of shortlist recognition. It was chemistry that created history.  The Indian victory represents the distributed creativity and collective chemistry of a confident nation. When the team from Dentsu Creative (Webchutney), Bengaluru  went up on stage to collect their global ‘Agency of the Year’ award, all of us felt a collective stirring as the national anthem played silently in our hearts! It’s all chemistry!” 

BBDO had picked five shortlists and a Bronze Lion for the  “Share the Load” campaign, its long-running successful endeavour for P&G’s Ariel.

DDB Mudra Group Chief Creative Officer Rahul Mathew noted, “It has been a stupendous year for India. We haven’t made our presence felt so emphatically, ever before. It pegs us as an equal and not a David in the world of Goliaths. While Dentsu has played a major role in putting us there, the pressure is now on all of us to keep us there. I can’t think of any real misses. Usually, 3 Lions at Cannes make for a good year. But this year has changed everything. I would rate our performance as more of a growl than a roar.” 

For DDB the win came in the form of one silver and three bronze lions for “Machine Gun Mouth” and “The Silent Frown” campaigns. 

Mathew added that all the winning campaigns were built on strong social provocations that were resolved with either great simplicity or clever technology. “While we have shown our ability to use simplicity in a powerful way before, the use of technology has been a new addition to our arsenal.” 

The little misses

While the industry is keen to focus on the positives of the grandest performance for the country at Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity 2022, there have been some categories that could not get the same results as others. There were no shortlists in categories like Print & Publishing, Outdoor, Creative B2B and Creative Strategy. Also, India could not score any metals in categories including Design and Film Craft. 

The poor performance in Print was predicted by the industry even before the festival began. An industry veteran had quipped, “Print used to be one of India’s strongholds at Cannes in the initial years but with the growth of alternative media, the medium has suffered. I won’t say that the advertisers are not there, but we do not see the same level of creativity in most print ads as we used to see a few years ago. Every now and then, some sporadic creative emerges which has a competitive edge and that’s about it.”

Further, Mathew said, “Craft, especially design and film, I feel is an area we need to focus on and protect more. We often see more craft in the making of the case videos than in the individual elements in that video. And it’s not hard to understand why. With the constant pressure of time and budgets, one often has to choose between making it better or making it bigger. Just that I feel, the individual elements are what the consumer sees, so it’s worth pushing and protecting more.”

Read more news about (internet advertising India, internet advertising, advertising India, digital advertising India, media advertising India)

For more updates, be socially connected with us on
Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook & Youtube

Best ever Cannes Lions for India: 47 metals come home

Before this, India’s best performance was in 2017, when it had got 40 metals

By Mansi Sharma | Jun 25, 2022 9:23 AM   |   4 min read

cannes stage

The Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity 2022 turned out to be a gala affair for the Indian ad world as the industry clocked its best performance thus far at the French Riveria. With an unprecedented five Grand Prix wins in a year and its first set of Titanium Lions, the Indian contingent is getting home a total of 47 metals this year. Before this, India’s best performance was in 2017, when it had got 40 metals. 

Here’s the overall performance of India at Cannes Level Festival of Creativity 2022:

Category

Entries

Shortlist

Metals

Grand Prix

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Total

Brand Experience & Activation

71

10

1

0

3

0

4

Creative B2B

9

0

0

0

0

0

0

Creative Business Transformation

8

1

0

0

0

1

1

Creative Commerce

14

4

0

2

0

0

2

Creative Data

12

2

0

1

0

0

1

Creative Effectiveness

20

1

0

0

0

1

1

Creative Strategy

29

0

0

0

0

0

0

Design

37

6

0

0

0

0

0

Digital Craft

16

4

0

1

0

0

1

Direct

90

9

0

2

0

2

4

Entertainment

9

1

0

0

1

0

1

Entertainment Lions For Music

7

0

0

0

0

0

0

Entertainment Lions For Sport

20

0

0

0

0

0

0

Film

81

8

0

0

1

2

3

Film Craft

36

8

0

0

0

0

0

Glass: The Lion For Change

16

2

0

0

0

1

1

Health & Wellness

92

5

1

0

2

0

3

Industry Craft

13

1

0

0

1

0

1

Innovation

4

1

0

0

1

0

1

Media

72

12

0

1

3

1

5

Mobile

19

4

0

0

1

0

1

Outdoor

56

0

0

0

0

0

0

Pharma

7

0

0

0

0

0

0

PR

46

13

0

0

0

3

3

Print & Publishing

22

0

0

0

0

0

0

Radio & Audio

17

7

1

0

1

2

4

Social & Influencer

59

14

1

1

2

2

6

Sustainable Development Goals

28

6

1

0

1

0

2

Titanium

11

2

0

2

2

Grand Total

921

121

5

8

17

15

47

While the maximum entries were sent to Health & Wellness Lions, maximum shortlists came in Social & Influencer Lions. The maxium Lions came from Radio & Audio (6), Media (5), and Brand Experience & Activation, Direct, and Radio & Audio (4 each). 

Most Entries

Most Shortlists

Most Wins

Health & Wellness

Social & Influencer

Radio & Audio

92

14

6

It is interesting to note that India’s entry to the Festival saw a rise of 32% this year as a total of 921 entries were sent as compared to last year’s 699. There were 77 shortlists last year as compared to 121 this year, and 22 metals against 47 of this year. 

2021

2022

Entries

699

921

Shortlists

77

121

Winners

22

47


Most Successful Campaigns

A total of sixteen campaigns won at the prestigious Festival of Creativity this year. The top three were Dentsu Creative’s ‘The Unfiltered History Tour’ with a total of 12 metals, FCB’s ‘Chatpat’ with 8 metals, and Ogilvy’s ‘Shah Rukh Khan My Ad’ with 5 metals. 

Campaign

Agency

Metals

Titanium

Grand Prix

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Total

The Unflitered History Tour

Dentsu Creative

1

3

1

4

3

12

Chatpat

FCB

0

0

2

3

3

8

Shah Rukh Khan My Ad

Ogilvy

1

0

2

1

1

5

Most Successful Agencies

While a total of 16 agencies (including 1 brand - BYJUS) got their campaigns shortlisted this year, nine could turn those shortlists into metals. 

The maximum metals were grabbed by FCB including three gold, five silver, and 6 bronze. It was followed by Dentsu Creative with an astonishing three Grand Prix-haul along with one gold, four silver, three bronze, and one titanium Lions. On third spot was VMLY&R + VMLY&R Commerce with seven metals including one Grand Prix, one gold, four silver, and one bronze metal. 

Agency

Shortlists

Metals

Grand Prix

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Titanium

Total

Points

Dentsu Creative

24

3

1

4

3

1

12

201

FCB

33

-

3

5

6

-

14

131

Ogilvy India

13

-

2

2

1

1

6

95

VMLY&R

15

1

1

4

1

-

7

91

Leo Burnett

9

1

-

1

-

-

2

46

DDB Mudra

7 + (1)

-

-

1

2

-

3

21

McCann

2

-

1

-

1

17

BYJU's (Dora Digs)

4

-

-

1

-

-

1

11

BBDO India

5

-

-

-

1

-

1

8

Memesys Culture Lab + Publicis Singapore)

2

-

-

-

-

-

-

2

Landor & Fitch

2

-

-

-

-

-

-

2

Mindshare

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

1

Enormous Brands

1

-

1

Animal

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

1

Isobar

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

1

Early Man Films

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

1

Total

121

5

8

18

14

2

47

630

5 Grand Prix Haul

It is the first time that India has bagged five Grand Prix in one year at Cannes Lions. The coveted campaigns to win this laurel are ‘The Unfiltered History Tour’ (3) by Dentsu Creative, ‘The Killer Pack’ (1) by VMLY&R, and ‘The Missing Chapter’ (1) by Leo Burnett. 



Campaign

Agency

Grand Prix

The Unfiltered History Tour

Dentsu Creative

3

The Killer Pack

VMLY&R

1

The Missing Chapter

Leo Burnett

1

Two Titanium Lions

In its first-ever Titanium Lion win, the Indian contingent picked it for two campaigns: Dentsu Creative’s ‘The Unfiltered History Tour’ and Ogilvy’s ‘Shah Rukh Khan My Ad’. 

Campaign

Agency

Titanium

The Unfiltered History Tour

Dentsu Creative

1

Shah Rukh Khan My Ad

Ogilvy

1




Read more news about (internet advertising India, internet advertising, advertising India, digital advertising India, media advertising India)

For more updates, be socially connected with us on
Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook & Youtube

Cannes Lions: WPP named industry’s Most Creative Company; Ogilvy is Network of the Year

WPP agencies collected a total of 176 Lions, including 1 Titanium Lion, 4 Grand Prix, 36 Gold, 47 Silver and 88 Bronze

By exchange4media Staff | Jun 25, 2022 9:09 AM   |   3 min read

Mark Read

WPP has been named the most creative company of the year at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.

Ogilvy was awarded Network of the Year and took home a Titanium Lion together with Wavemaker for Shah Rukh Khan My Ad for Cadbury, a data-driven campaign that personalised ads for local businesses impacted by COVID-19.

WPP winners and shortlisted entries came from every part of the company, and from across its agencies. VMLY&R won a Grand Prix for its I Will Always Be Me campaign for Dell and Intel, designed to make it easier for people with motor neurone disease to bank their voice by reading a story, and a Grand Prix for Maxx Flash’s The Killer Pack, which helps combat, through biodegradable packaging, deadly diseases like malaria and dengue caught outdoors in India. Speaking in Color for Sherwin Williams by Wunderman Thompson won the Grand Prix for Creative B2B – a prestigious win in the inaugural year of this category – for its voice-activated colour-selection system. A Grand Prix for Media Placement was also awarded to MediaCom’s Hope Reef for Mars Petcare (with AMV BBDO).

Mark Read, CEO of WPP, said: “Creativity is the most important force in modern business. Being named the Creative Company of the Year is testament to WPP’s power to help our clients succeed, and to the incredible talent of our 109,000 people around the world. Thank you to them and to our clients who entrust us with their brands.”

Rob Reilly, Global Chief Creative Officer of WPP, said: “Creativity is the world’s most valuable asset. It has the potential to address the biggest challenges of our time in the most extreme circumstances. We have had to think differently for the last two years, and I feel this year's Cannes Lions has been a celebration of innovation for our industry. So, I couldn’t be prouder to be part of this amazing global team of the most creative people in our industry.”
On Ogilvy’s wins, Global Chief Creative Officer Liz Taylor said: “We are thrilled that Ogilvy has been recognized as the world’s leading creative agency network because we believe that creativity is the great differentiator. Our teams earned this honor by producing work that upends the status quo, that alters the conversation, that creates meaningful change, and reshapes our industry. We are so proud that the work honored spanned so many categories, countries, and clients. It is a powerful demonstration of what defines Ogilvy. It's pervasive creativity. It’s borderless creativity. It’s creativity with impact.”
Ogilvy’s Global President Devika Bulchandani said: “This recognition is a testament to Ogilvy’s ability to lead the way in a world where creativity is needed more than ever. We are so proud to see our teams honored for driving impact with our clients through creativity that transcends the status quo and shifts culture. Our sincerest thanks to everyone at Ogilvy who poured their hearts into the work, who strive day in and day out to do the best work of our lives, and to our incredible clients for their brilliance, trust, and partnership.”


The Creative Company of the Year award is given to the company which earned the most points across its agencies. WPP was also the most awarded company in the Creative Business Transformation category, reflecting the company’s expertise in creating new and innovative products and services for clients, and reimagining customer experiences or business models.

Read more news about (internet advertising India, internet advertising, advertising India, digital advertising India, media advertising India)

For more updates, be socially connected with us on
Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook & Youtube

India picks historic two Titanium at Cannes Lions 2022

The great win came for Dentsu Creative and Ogilvy for their campaigns ‘The Unfiltered History Tour’ and ‘Shah Rukh Khan My Ad’ respectively

By exchange4media Staff | Jun 25, 2022 8:27 AM   |   1 min read

cannes

Breaking the dry spell of 19 years - since the addition of the category to Cannes Festival of Creativity in 2003 - India has picked its first set of Titanium Lions. The great win came for Dentsu Creative and Ogilvy for their campaigns ‘The Unfiltered History Tour’ and ‘Shah Rukh Khan My Ad’ respectively. 

Dentsu’s ‘The Unfiltered History Tour’ remained India’s leading star this year at Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity as the campaign also won 3 Grand Prix, 1 Gold, 4 Silver, and 3 Bronze metals.

Created for Vice Media, the campaign is an interactive Instagram filter that tells the story of some of the most disputed artefacts in the British Museum through the perspective of communities that they have been stolen from. 

On the other hand, Ogilvy’s AI-driven campaign for Cadbury Celebrations’ ‘Shah Rukh Khan My Ad’ was created last Diwali to support local businesses and small shop owners to deal with the slowdown caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. The campaign allowed small businesses to create customised video ads for themselves with none other than, the ‘king of Bollywood’ promoting the business. Created with Rephrase AI and Wavemaker, the campaign gained massive popularity and success at Cannes Lions, also winning two Gold, one Silver and one Bronze Lion. 







Read more news about (internet advertising India, internet advertising, advertising India, digital advertising India, media advertising India)

For more updates, be socially connected with us on
Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook & Youtube

Cannes Lions 2022: Final Day Glimpses

Catch a few glimpses as India makes history at the festival of creativity

By exchange4media Staff | Jun 25, 2022 9:04 AM   |   1 min read

Cannes Lions

What a spectacular end to the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity 2022! While Dentsu Creative was named Agency of the Year, a host of other big titles also fell into India’s kitty.

Catch a few glimpses of the historical moment.   

 

 

Read more news about (internet advertising India, internet advertising, advertising India, digital advertising India, media advertising India)

For more updates, be socially connected with us on
Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook & Youtube

Cannes Lions: Dentsu Creative is Agency of the Year; first Indian agency to win the title

India also picks up 2 Titanium Lions, each by Dentsu Creative & Ogilvy; Leo Burnett bags Grand Prix

By exchange4media Staff | Jun 25, 2022 7:25 AM   |   6 min read

Cannes Lions

Ending the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity 2022 on a high, Dentsu Creative has been named the Agency of the Year. It is the first Indian agency to ever win the coveted title.

Amit Wadhwa, CEO India, Dentsu Creative said, “Honestly, I am speechless right now, so it is a challenge to find words and new adjectives to express how I feel. To say this is historic almost seems like an understatement. When you start the week with a Grand Prix, then add two more along the week besides a Gold, 4 Silvers and 3 Bronze, you feel it’s a dream run. Then you end with a Titanium and it is that ‘top of the world’ feeling. But guess what this is not where it ends, we are ‘The Agency of the Year!!!!!!!!’.

Also let me add that while we have won what we have, it is also amazing to see all the other agencies from India win big. What a lovely feeling!! We are undeniably proud to be associated with a campaign that takes top honours on a global platform. This indeed fuels the fire of passion and commitment in the team that has relentlessly worked on it. The entire credit goes to each one of them who has been involved, to all our present and ex-colleagues who have worked so hard on the campaign. They are the real winners.

I would also like to share my heartfelt gratitude for all the love, appreciation, and acceptance received from the entire fraternity throughout the festival. All that I can assure you is that this is just the beginning. We have miles to go, newer targets to meet, and records to beat. Wish us luck and keep watching for Dentsu Creative!!”

Ajay Gahlaut, Group Chief Creative Officer India, Dentsu Creative, “Winning the Agency of the Year is an emotion I cannot even begin to describe. When I used to watch other agencies win the title I often wondered if I ever would get that same honour. What they say is true. Dreams DO come true! I’m over the moon with the Titanium win along with the hat trick of Grand Prix and a whole lot of other metals. Not just me I think no one in the entire Indian ad industry has been part of such a huge haul of Lions ever before. And I do believe we are the first full-service Indian agency to win the title of Agency of the Year. I doff my hat to the entire team responsible for the Unfiltered History Tours. Those who are with us now and those who have moved on. Congratulations all. For now, it’s party time!”

Meanwhile, India added eight more metals to its kitty to round off the tally at 47 – its all-time best haul. Before this, India had got 40 metals in 2017. The final set of wins came in the Titanium (2), Glass (1), Sustainable Development Goals (2), and Film Lions (3).

Titanium Lions Winners

The Indian contingent won its first-ever Titanium Lions for two of its superhit campaigns this year: Dentsu Creative’s ‘The Unfiltered History Tour’ for Vice Media and Ogilvy’s ‘Shah Rukh Khan My Ad’ for Cadbury Celebarations.

While ‘The Unfiltered History Tour’ was an attempt to tell the stories of artefacts in the British Museum via the perspective of communities that they were stolen from, ‘Shah Rukh Khan My Ad’ gave many small businesses in the country an opportunity to have one of the biggest Bollywood stars, Shah Rukh Khan as their brand ambassador in an AI-generated, customised promotional campaign.

 

 

Glass: The Lion For Change Winner 

VMLY&R Mumbai won a Bronze in Glass Lions for its ‘Adeli’ campaign – an initiative by Unipads that put menstruating women in kitchens – something that is considered taboo in several parts of the country. 

 

Unipads launched a limited pop-up restaurant with the name Adeli and collaborated with women chefs, helpers, and servers going through their menstruation days to run it. The brand then invited influential community members, change-makers, activists, and other prominent names to dine at Adeli and become a part of the change. Unipads also invited hotels, restaurant chains, schools, and temples to become a part of the movement by committing to support women having their periods. 

There were two Indian shortlists in the category. 

Film Lions Winners

Out of eight shortlists in the category, three wins came for India in Film Lions. 

FCB India + FCB Chicago + Kinnect won one silver (online & viral film)  and one bronze (breakthrough on a budget) for ‘Chatpat’, a 10-year-old brand ambassador and influencer for SOS Children’s Villages India who is not only sharing his ‘gyan’ on social media but also collecting funds for the NGO by several brand collaborations. 

DDB Mudra won a bronze (media/entertainment) for its ‘Machine Gun Mouth’ campaign. A work for Battlegrounds Mobile India, the ad promoted the child-lock feature of the app via which the game can be locked after three hours of the play. The sound of the game was recreated using beatboxing. The campaign was produced by Early Man Films. 

 

Sustainable Development Goals Lions Winners 

Two wins came out of six shortlists in the category – a Grand Prix for Leo Burnett and a Silver for VMLY&R Commerce. 

Leo Burnett won the Grand Prix in Good Health & Well-Being subcategory for P&G’s ‘The Missing Chapter’. The campaign, a part of the brand’s #KeepGirlsInSchool initiative illustrated how lack of period education leads to a girl missing school, and this situation is exacerbated by the absence of timely period education in Indian textbooks. 

 

VMLY&R Commerce won the silver for Responsible Consumption & Production sub-category for Unilever’s ‘’Smart Fill’. 

 

Under the initiative, Unilever installed refill stations at select retail outlets across the country wherein people could refill any plastic container with required Unilever products to control plastic wastage and allow the consumers to get only enough products as required. The idea was based on the core thought of reusing and recycling of containers, a common practice in most Indian homes.

Read more news about (internet advertising India, internet advertising, advertising India, digital advertising India, media advertising India)

For more updates, be socially connected with us on
Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook & Youtube

Use words & visuals to change social norms that deny girls their voice: Malala Yousafzai

The Pakistani activist for female education and Nobel Peace Prize laureate has been honoured with the 2022 LionHeart Award at Cannes Lions

By exchange4media Staff | Jun 24, 2022 1:13 PM   |   2 min read

malala

The Cannes Lions 2022 saw creative, marketing, and advertising royalty descend on the storied town on the French Riviera for the annual Festival of Creativity. Pakistani activist for female education and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai was among this distinguished assembly, addressing the festival on June 23.

“Everyday girls wage a fight against poverty, natural disasters, climate change, conflict, or discrimination. These girls are ambitious and they know education is key, and every day they speak up on the right to education across countries,” she said, while noting that progress was too slow.

Yousafzai said that within her lifestyle, she’d like to see girls both learn and lead so that education can enable them to choose their own future. “Education prepares her to address different issues, and she can learn to advocate for herself and her community. And she can help her country become healthier, wealthier, and have a more positive impact in the world.”

Pointing out that educating every girl would help contribute USD 13 trillion dollars, Yousafzai said the world would need to use every possible avenue to help bring female populations to school. “It means being unconventional, resourceful, and overcoming challenges,” she added, pointing out that the Malala Foundation worked towards bringing this vision to fruition.

“Girls around the world could use the support of every person in this room: every brilliant writer, creator, and marketing head present today. Use your brands to accelerate progress, pitch and promote campaigns and partnerships,” she said.

Addressing media and publicity teams, she said, “Take into account girls’ experiences and expertise, use words and visuals to amplify diverse voices and change social norms that deny girls their voice,” she said adding that corporate heads need to heed to girl power and opinions.

“Everyone here at Cannes Lions has opportunities that girls in school don’t have. You work at some of the most influential companies in the world, with resources at your disposal. How will you choose to use your expertise, influence and resources?”

Malala Yousafzai has been honoured with the 2022 LionHeart Award at Cannes Lions. 



Read more news about (internet advertising India, internet advertising, advertising India, digital advertising India, media advertising India)

For more updates, be socially connected with us on
Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook & Youtube