JWT India wins four golds and campaign of the year at IAA Olive Crown Awards 2017

L-R Tista Sen, Pritha Chatterjee, Tarun Rai, Senthil Kumar.jpgInternational Advertising Association (IAA) India Chapter hosted its annual property, the Olive Crown Awards, with its 7th edition. The prestigious awards took place at the Famous Studios in Mahalaxmi yesterday evening. The IAA India Chapter Olive Crown Awards 2017 jury chaired by KV Sridhar of Hyper Collective included Carlton Disilva of Hungama Digital Services, Sonal Dabral of DDB Mudra Group India, Malvika Mehra of Tomorrow Creative Lab and Raj Nair of Madison BMB.

The awards acknowledged the remarkable work of those individuals who drove the message of sustainability or 'green advertising'. JWT won 5 titles at the award ceremony for the #spiritofbengaluru campaign- Golds: Campaign of the Year, Green Brand of the Year', Digital Campaign, TVC/ Cinema Services and Silver for Press Corporate.
Talking about the wins, Tarun Rai, CEO, JWT South Asia said, "We are proud of Senthil and team. To create compelling communication for a compelling cause and then to be recognised at such an impressive event is really gratifying. This campaign is also special because it's a fantastic combination of technology and creativity. I am sure this campaign will win many more awards. I would also like to congratulate The Hindu for the campaign and for promoting the initiative for Bengaluru."

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