Asia scores 4 Gold, 6 Silver and 7 Bronze at the 2017 DMA International ECHO Awards

TFT screenshot.jpgEyes on the Road.jpgAsia has won 4 Gold, 6 Silver and 7 Bronze at the 2017 DMA International ECHO Awards.

The Golds went to MRM//McCann India for "Lufthansa Runway to Success" for Lufthansa German Airlines, Ogilvy & Mather Singapore for Toys'R'Us "Tasks for Toys", Ogilvy & Mather China for "Eyes on the Road" for Volkswagen and OgilvyOne Worldwide India for "Ilha De Calma - The Mystery Island" for the Government of Daman & Diu & Dadra & Nagar Haveli.

OgilvyOne India picked up two Silver awards one for "Dark Travel Tale" for Reliance General Insurance and the other for Philips India's "Husbands intimated movement against breast cancer". FCB Ulka won Silver for Johnson's Baby Different Strokes "The Magic of Touch" as did PHD India for "Kan Khajura Tesa" for Hindustan Unilever and Ogilvy & Mather China for Visit Britain's "Great Chinese Names for Great Britain".
Two Bronze awards went to Ogilvy & Mather Hong Kong for KFC's "Finger Lickin Good Nail Polish" and WWF Hong Kong's "The Last Word". Single Bronze awards went to OgilvyOne Philippines for "MILO Champions Band and App", Pulp Strategy Communications India for "The Big Leap - A Live Marketing Challenge", OgilvyOne Worldwide India for Philips India's "Changing the way Indian women cook their fried food", BBDO Proximity Hong Kong for MetLife Hong Kong's "Immortalizing Happiness: MetLife Hong Kong's Infinity App" and OMD Hong Kong for Wyeth "A Message from your future baby".


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