Asia scores 6 finalists in Branded Entertainment, 11 in Non-Traditional and 3 in Integration 2017 London International Awards shortlists

Pitch_2.jpgLondon International Awards (LIA) has announced the shortlists for Branded Entertainment,  Integration and Non-Traditional.

Asia has picked up 6 finalists in Branded Entertainment with Ogilvy & Mather Singapore collecting two for CINE-CLUB's "Pitching French Films to Hollywood" with one finalist each going to CJ Work Thailand, Six Tokyo, Hakuhodo Tokyo and Havas Taiwan.

In Non-Traditional Asia has 11 shortlists with 3 going to Leo Burnett Mumbai for HP Lubricant's "Road that Honk", two go to Ogilvy & Mather Singapore for CINE-CLUB's "Pitching French Films to Hollywood" and McCann Worldgroup India for "Immunity Charm". Dentsu Tokyo, CJ Worx Thailand, McCann Tokyo and TBWA/Hakuhodo Tokyo have one finalist each.
In Integration Asia has 3 shortlists with one each going to TBWA/Hakuhodo Tokyo, TBWA Santiago Mangada Puno Philippines and Ogilvy & Mather Singapore.


Winners for all media will be announced on 1st November. To view all shortlisted entries released thus far with media and full creative credits, please visit:

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