Ogilvy & Mather shone bright by sweeping Two Black and Twenty-Seven Blue Elephants
Early Man Film was the second most awarded agency which grabbed One Black, Six Blue Elephants for the title- ‘The Story of Kaveri’
Master of Creativity award presented to the iconic star of the Bollywood industry –Mr. Amitabh Bachchan for his immeasurable contribution in advertising communication
Mumbai:The 5th edition of Kyoorius Creative Awards concluded on a high octane note where a total of Five Black and Ninety Blue Elephants were presented to the winning titles spreading across Advertising, Media and Digital categories. Held at Dome @ NSCI Mumbai on 1st June, the event this year was attended by many trailblazers and leading industry stalwarts who have redefined the creative space in their respective fields.
Bollywood’s legendary icon Mr. Amitabh Bachchan was honoured with Master of Creativity award for his immeasurable contribution in the advertising and marketing world of India which has become far more robust and vibrant today. His presence has indeed changed the way people look at brands today.
The Five Black Elephants that signified the best of the best, were seen held high by 4 winning teams. While Ogilvy & Mather won maximum number of blue elephants, the black elephants winners were:
- Ogilvy & Mather for – #HoliNotHooliganism and Vodafone Sakhi
- Early Man Films for -The Story of Kaveri
- FCB India Group for – Sindoor Khela- No Conditions Apply
- BBDO India for – #FuelFor The RealFit
The Black Elephants were presented to the winning teamsby Mr. Amitabh Bachchan.
This year, the prestigious Power of Print award, an IP owned by the Times Group was seen presented to Curry Nation Brand Communication for their impactful print campaign – ‘Lifeline Question’. Brave New World, Bangaloreand FCB Interface were awarded the runner up winning title for their campaigns ‘No’ and ‘Honarary Doctors’ respectively.
Kyoorius Creative Awards that opened doors for a unique out-of-home (OOH) advertising contest, ‘Inoohvation’ this year in association Kinetic, saw participation from the brightest minds across creative communities in the country. Based out on a brief set out by Honda, the contest was aimed at rejuvenating creativity by smart use of technology and storytelling techniques by creating an outdoor campaign. Creative Agency Studio Marswon the coveted title for their campaign ‘Will they see Blue’. While J. Walter Thompson and Locopopo bagged the runner up title for their campaigns ‘Interactive Digital Billboards’ and ‘Blue Skies For our Children’ respectively.
Rajesh Kejriwal, Founder and CEO, Kyoorius, said, “We have some brilliant work put up by communication agencies this year and I personally would like to congratulate each one of them them for their truly deserved win. It gives me immense happiness to announce that we received 20% increase in entries this year and selecting the winners was indeed tough for our respected jury. But innate knowledge of our jurors in their respected domain has contributed immensely in ensuring fair, unbiased and credible selection process.”