OgilvyOne shines for India with four awards at the 2014 DMA Echo International Awards

Ogilvy logo.jpgAt a gala ceremony held in San Diego on October 28, the world's best marketing campaigns fought for what many consider the ultimate prize in result and data driven marketing - the International Echo Awards 2014. OgilvyOne led the way bagging 4 (1 silver, 3 bronze) of the 9 metals that came India's way. The DMA Echo awards are ranked among the oldest and most revered effectiveness awards on the international marketing calendar.
An elated Vikram Menon, President and Country head, OgilvyOne India said, "This is wonderful not only for OgilvyOne but for India. What's most delightful is that the wins have come for exciting work on some of our biggest clients - DuPont, Vodafone, Unilever and American Express. And we owe a large part of these wins to them."

Sanjeev Jasani, Sr Vice President and Head of Office, OgilvyOne Delhi added, "The reason for our wins on both DuPont and Amex are the result of some inspired new-age thinking combined with truly old-fashioned collaboration and hard work. Lots of effort has gone into both campaigns and for them to get recognized internationally is amazing."

Burzin Mehta, Sr Creative Director, OgilvyOne, Mumbai commented, "An Echo win is extra special because of the rigorous nature of judging and the caliber of its international jury comprising marketing experts, clients and creative gurus. Few things are as rewarding as recognition from clients and peers alike."

Commenting on India's performance, Vatsal Asher, CEO DMA India said, "India's strong showing at this year's awards is a matter of pride for all of us. And like last year, OgilvyOne has lead the way."

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