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MediaCom India is Agency of the Year at Festival of Media Asia

25-March-2017
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MediaCom India is Agency of the Year at Festival of Media Asia

MediaCom India carried home a basket full of trophies including the Grand Prix (Campaign of the Year) and the Agency of the Year accolades at the Festival of Media Asia awards held in Singapore earlier this week.

The award haul included four golds and one bronze, making MediaCom the highest awarded agency from India. These wins add to a host of other local and international awards that MediaCom India won last year.

The Grand Prix as well as three gold awards were bagged by the Ariel ‘Share the Load’ campaign: Best Engagement Strategy, Best Use of Video, and Best Insight. Gillette Bachelor of Shaving also brought home two awards, with one gold in The Utility/Public Service Award and one bronze in the Best Targeted Campaign.

Commenting on the wins, Debraj Tripathy, Managing Director, MediaCom South Asia, said, “I am delighted that our work continues to impress international juries, year after year. These wins are a testament to the quality of work, passion, and our commitment to the spirit of Content and Connections that we as a team bring to bear for our esteemed clients.”

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