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Lowe Lintas & Partners wins big at AMES

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MUMBAI: Lowe Lintas & Partners India continues its great run on effectiveness at yet another awards show – Asian Marketing Effectiveness & Strategy Awards, held in Singapore recently. The agency’s work on ‘Lifebuoy - Help a Child Reach 5’for its client Hindustan Unilever Limited bagged the enviable Platinum award (Effectiveness category) at the prestigious award show.

Apart from the coveted award, Lowe Lintas &  Partners India also won the Gold in Effectiveness – Food Products for their work on Kissan ‘100% Natural Seeded’ for HUL. The same entry also won a Bronze in Effective – Innovative Use of Media category. The agency also bagged a Silver under the Effective – Integrated Marketing Campaign category for its work on ‘Lifebuoy Help A Child Reach 5.

Commenting on the win, Lowe Lintas & Partners CEO Joseph George said, “This performance of Lowe Lintas + Partners and Unilever is our best ever at AMEs. For either of us. This reflects our shared belief in what makes for effective communication.”

The performance at AMES follows Lowe Lintas & Partners’ fine achievement in April 2014 where it was named the most Effective Indian Agency at the APAC EFFIEs Awards 2014. The agency had bagged 4 metals including 2 Golds, a Sliver and a Bronze out of total 6 metals for India. Lowe Lintas & Partners was also bestowed the ‘Agency of the Year’ title at Indian Effies 2013.

Lowe Lintas & Partners CMO Vikas Mehta said, “We had entered a small number of campaigns this year at the AMEs. Four wins including the all-important platinum is remarkable. I’m told it’s the country’s first AME platinum on effectiveness. That sure feels nice.”

The Asian Marketing Effectiveness and Strategy Awards are Asia Pacific’s foremost awards honoring clients and their agencies for marketing strategies that deliver solid results to transform businesses and brands. The annual awards are judged by a panel of top client and agency professionals who review the submissions against stringent criteria to determine the winners of the prestigious Asian Marketing Effectiveness and Strategy awards.

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