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Dec 10, 2014

2014 Agency of the Year winners: South Asia

MUMBAI - Campaign Asia-Pacific revealed the winners of the 2014 Agency of the Year Awards for South Asia at a gala dinner tonight at the ITC Grand Central.

2014 Agency of the Year winners: South Asia

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See photos from the South Asia awards on Campaign India.

AGENCY CATEGORIES

India Creative Agency of the Year

  • Gold: Ogilvy & Mather Mumbai
  • Silver: Lowe Lintas + Partners, India
  • Bronze: McCann India

Pakistan Creative Agency of the Year

  • Gold: Ogilvy & Mather Pakistan
  • Silver: JWT Pakistan
  • Bronze: Spectrum | Y&R Pakistan

Rest of South Asia Creative Agency of the Year

  • Gold: TBWA\TAL Sri Lanka
  • Silver: Ogilvy & Mather Bangladesh
  • Bronze: Leo Burnett Sri Lanka

South Asia Creative Agency of the Year

  • Winner: Ogilvy & Mather

India Media Agency of the Year

  • Gold: Maxus India
  • Silver: Mindshare India
  • Bronze: OMD India
  • Bronze: PHD India

Pakistan Media Agency of the Year

  • Gold: Mindshare Pakistan
  • Silver: OMD Pakistan

Rest of South Asia Media Agency of the Year

  • Gold: Mindshare Bangladesh
  • Silver: Mindshare Sri Lanka
  • Bronze: OMD Sri Lanka

South Asia Media Agency of the Year

  • Winner: Mindshare

India Digital Agency of the Year

  • Gold: OgilvyOne Worldwide India
  • Silver: Isobar India
  • Bronze: PHD India

Pakistan Digital Agency of the Year

  • Gold: Symmetry Digital Pakistan
  • Silver: Iris Digital (Pvt) Ltd. Pakistan

Rest of South Asia Digital Agency of the Year

  • Gold: Mindshare Bangladesh
  • Silver: Leo Burnett Sri Lanka

South Asia Digital Agency of the Year

  • Winner: Mindshare Bangladesh
  • Winner: OgilvyOne Worldwide India
  • Winner: Symmetry Digital Pakistan

South Asia PR Agency of the Year

  • Gold: Adfactors PR India
  • Silver: Edelman India
  • Bronze: Leo Burnett / Arc Worldwide Sri Lanka

South Asia Specialist Agency of the Year

  • Gold: Geometry Global India
  • Silver: DDB MudraMax India
  • Bronze: ibs India

PEOPLE/TEAM CATEGORIES

South Asia Account Person of the Year

  • Winner: Lowe Lintas + Partners, India - Vinay Vinayak
  • Runner-up: Ogilvy & Mather Mumbai - Ajay Mehta

South Asia Agency Head of the Year 

  • Winner: McCann Worldgroup India - Prasoon Joshi
  • Runner-up: Lowe Lintas + Partners Bangalore - G V Krishnan

South Asia Creative of the Year 

  • Winner: Lowe Lintas + Partners, India - Deepa Geethakrishnan
  • Runner-up: Lowe Lintas + Partners, India - Rajesh Ramaswamy

South Asia Corporate Communications Team of the Year 

  • Winner: Leo Burnett  / Arc Worldwide Sri Lanka
  • Runner-up: DDB Mudra Group Neeti Nayak, Pilloo Mullan

South Asia New Business Development Team of the Year 

  • Winner: Ogilvy & Mather Mumbai - Business Development Team
  • Runner-up: Lowe Lintas + Partners, India - Vikas Mehta & Strategic Growth Team

South Asia Planner of the Year 

  • Winner: Lowe Lintas + Partners, India - S. Subramanyeswar
  • Runner-up: MediaCom India - Preeti Jadhav

South Asia Talent Management Person/Team of the Year 

  • Winner: DDB Mudra Group - Rita Verma, Chidambaram Arul, Srinivas Chandar, Sujata Bhardwaj, Kritika Nagpal, Priyanka Agrawal, Navdeep Nijjar, Ameya Joshi, Daksha Dixit
  • Runner-up: MSLGROUP - Sushma Rana/ Talent team MSLGROUP

South Asia Young Achiever of the Year 

  • Winner: Leo Burnett Sri Lanka - Sithum Walter Perera
  • Runner-up: Lowe Lintas + Partners, India - Indrasish Mukherjee

 

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