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ABBY Awards 2018 shortlists announced

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ABBY Awards 2018 shortlists announced

The ABBY Awards, that recognizes and rewards excellence across Advertising, Marketing and Media fields, has announced that the shortlists for the 2018 edition are being posted on its website by category.

The shortlists are now live on As part of ABBY’s inclusive process, the category shortlists are available for review on the website for a period of seven days, ensuring complete transparency in the judging process. During this period, feedback and comments can be submitted.

Speaking about the shortlists, Ajay Kakar, Chairman of the Awards Governing Council, said, “This year, the ABBYs boasts of a jury of masters, each of who has been a game changer and innovator. The jury has deliberated and identified the shortlists. And these are now being put up in the public domain, by category. May the best of best win.”

Presented by the Advertising Club and Advertising Agencies Association of India (AAAI), the awards will once again see the entire advertising and marketing fraternity come together in Goa from 5th April, 2018 to 8th April 2018 at the The Grand Hyatt, Bambolim, North Goa.

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