Ogilvy maxes Kyoorius Creative Awards yet again

05 Jun,2017

By A Correspondent


The Kyoorius Creative Awards 2017 were presented in Mumbai on Saturday in the fourth edition of the event. A total of five black elephants and 96 blue elephants were awarded across Advertising, Digital and Media categories in an event that was presented with style, as the awards night has been over all its four editions.


While Ogivly won the maxium number of blue elephants, the five black elephants winners were:

1.Ogilvy & Mather for Savlon Healthy Hands Chalk Sticks

2. Early Man Films Pvt. Ltd. for The Hindu

3. Kinetic Worldwide for Mukhota – The life saving mask

4. FCB Interface for World’s 1st Streets Named after Street Kids

5. Response India for Fat Feed Fashion | Instagram to Insta-fashion


Said Kunal Jeswani, CEO, Ogilvy India: “What a great night for Ogilvy India at the Kyoorius Awards. Nothing makes me happier than to see such a fantastic width of Ogilvy talent creating so much great work across so many of our clients. There is no shortcut to great work. You need the best talent in the house. You need them to push their own limits, constantly reinvent themselves and play as a team. And you need great clients who trust you and partner you. Today, I am thankful that we have all three.”


Added Prasanth Kumar, CEO, Mindshare South Asia on his agency winning six Blue Elephants: “It’s very encouraging to witness a greater number of elephants being won across clients. Being a platform that celebrates creativity, it is a great recognition for all the disruptive work done across wins. These wins certainly motivates us to do better in the coming years.”


Commenting on the awards, Rajesh Kejriwal, Founder & CEO, Kyoorius said: “This year again has been a successful year for Kyoorius Creative Awards. I am happy with the response that we have got for having a transparent open jury process and we shall continue to do so.”


A total of 1823 entries were received from 304 entrants. The total number of in-book winners were 307, with a total of 88 blue elephants awarded and five black elephants. There were eight Colors awards presented. The winner of the Times of India Power of Print award was JWT with the runners-up being FCB Interface and Havas Worldwide.



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