Staff Reporters
Jun 21, 2019

Three silvers, three bronzes for APAC in Brand Experience & Activation

2019 Cannes Lions winners in Brand Experience & Activation: Australia, Bangladesh, India and Japan account for the region's six winners.

Special Group Sydney's work for Uber Eats also won awards in Media and Entertainment for Sport.
Special Group Sydney's work for Uber Eats also won awards in Media and Entertainment for Sport.

Six Lions—two each for Australia and India plus one each for Japan and Bangladesh—constituted Thursday night's APAC haul from the Brand Experience & Activation category at Cannes Lions 2019.

Globally, the category yielded 70 awards, including a Grand Prix for 'Changing the game' by McCann New York on behalf of Microsoft Xbox.

The table below details all the winning APAC work. See all our Cannes Lions 2019 award coverage.

TITLE CLIENT PRODUCT ENTRANT / IDEA CREATION COUNTRY AWARD
UBER EATS AUSTRALIAN OPEN AMBUSH UBER UBER EATS SPECIAL GROUP, Sydney AUSTRALIA Silver  Lion
PRIDE JERSEY AIG JAPAN CSR TBWA\HAKUHODO INC., Tokyo JAPAN Silver  Lion
PROJECT AGROBANKING UCB - UCASH, SHWAPNO MOBILE BANKING SERVICE GREY BANGLADESH, Dhaka BANGLADESH Silver  Lion
LIVING SEAWALL VOLVO CAR AUSTRALIA VOLVO whiteGREY SYDNEY AUSTRALIA Bronze Lion
HAGGLEBOT FLIPKART INTERNET PVT LTD SALE EVENT - FLIPKART'S THE BIG BILLION DAYS DENTSU WEBCHUTNEY, Bangalore INDIA Bronze Lion
THE OPEN DOOR PROJECT THE MILLENNIUM SCHOOL SCHOOL FCBULKA, Delhi INDIA Bronze Lion

 

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