MUMBAI: Ogilvy & Mather India’s ‘Cleft to Smile’ campaign for Operation Smile India has bagged a Silver in the first year of Lions Health.
Lions Health which is supposed to be world’s largest healthcare communications awards handed over 66 Lions from over 1400 entries across Pharma and Health and Wellness categories, including two Grand Prix.
Dentsu Nagoya (Japan) was the only Grand Prix winner for the night. The agency won the top award for its entry 'Mother Book' for Kishokai Medical Corporation.
The ‘Grand Pix For Good’ was given to Leo Burnett Colombia Bogota for its campaign, ‘Cancertweets’ for League against Cancer.
A total of 1423 entries from 49 countries competed in the inaugural awards, making Lions Health the most important creative awards globally in this sector. Two juries consisting of 25 industry professionals judged these entries. Saatchi & Saatchi Wellness global chief creative officer Kathy Delaney, led the Health & Wellness jury, while McCann Health global chief creative officer Jeremy Perrott, presided over the Pharma jury.