IndIAA Awards: Ogilvy wins 4, Suresh Mullick bags Distinguished Achievement Award posthumously


Hindustan Unilever announced as the Joint winner in the Corporate Category for their campaign #BinBoy. Team HUL & Ogilvy with the presenters Srinivasan K Swamy, Immediate Past President, IAA Global; Suresh Narayanan, Chairman & Managing Director, Nestlé India Ltd. and Shreyams Kumar, Managing Director Mathrubhumi Group

Mumbai: The India Chapter of the International Advertising Association (IAA), presented the seventh edition of its prestigious IndIAA Awards at a ceremony held in Taj Landsend here on Tuesday. Mathrubhumi was the title partner of the event. Advertising firm Ogilvy bagged 4 awards and MullenLowe Lintas Group won 3 awards at the ceremony

IAA Distinguished Achievement Award was posthumously given to late Suresh Mullick, the legendary creative head of Ogilvy & Mather. His work had an immense impact on the entire advertising industry. In the late 1980s, he won the hearts of the entire nation with two of his creations, Torch of Freedom and Mile Sur Mera Tumhara. The award was received by his cousin on his behalf.

Hindustan Unilever was announced as the Joint winner in the Corporate Category for their campaign #BinBoy. Google India was announced as the winner in the ‘Telecom & Technology' category. The award in the Voice of Change category was given to BharatMatrimony for their work #PehlePadhaiPhirShaadi.

“The IndIAA Awards celebrate real advertising by brands, recognise the clients, the agencies and the minds that continue to push the envelope of creativity," said Megha Tata, President IAA.

For more information please visit www.iaaindiachapter.org

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