Cannes Lions 2014: On day 3, Ogilvy and Grey win a gold each
India bagged a gold each in the Press and Design categories at Cannes Lions 2014. Grey India and Ogilvy India were at the receiving ends of the awards. The week-long festival of creativity is three days down and today announced the winners for Press, Design, Product Design, Radio and Cyber Lions. Apart from the two golds, Indian agencies also bagged one silver and five bronzes across Press, Design and Cyber, with no converted shortlists for Radio. There were no Indian entries shortlisted for Product Design.
A detailed list of the awards won by India is below:
Press Lion winners
Grey India bagged a gold under 'Household: Other' for P&G's 'Choo Choo', 'Remote Control' and 'Camera' for Duracell Batteries.
JWT Indiaon a bronze for Godrej Security Solutions' entries 'House', 'Antique Store' and 'Music Store' under 'Home Appliances & Furniture'.
Design Lions winners
Ogilvy India won a gold for Operation Smile's 'Cleft to Smile' campaign for 'Large Scale Logo'.
The other award was a bronze that went to McCann Worldgroup under 'Print & Poster' for Perfetti Van Melle's Big Babol 'Tangerine', 'Pear' and 'Mango' campaign.
Cyber Lions winners
JWT India's campaign 'Make Every Yard Count' for Nike Cricket won a silver for 'Use of Curation of Images'. The campaign also won two bronzes for 'Clothing, Footwear and Accessories' and 'Use of Co-Creation/UGC'.
Ogilvy India won a bronze for Akanksha Foundation's 'Message Barter' under 'Charities'.
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