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The Advertising Club brings back EMVIES

By Rajiv Raghunath - March 18, 2022

The contestants will battle it out for recognition on March 25, 2022, at Taj Lands’ End - Seaside Lawns

The Advertising Club  ramps up the celebration of strategic advertising with their newest edition of the EMVIES, presented by Google, powered by COLORS and in association with The Times of India. The media awards which focus on Innovation, Strategy, Research and seamless Integration, are back after a hiatus due to the pandemic. A release cites that with over 1,000 entries this year, the best minds of the media and advertising industry will battle it out for recognition and glory on  March 25, 2022, at Taj Lands’ End - Seaside Lawns. 

Partha Sinha, President, The Advertising Club, said: “It’s been a long break and we at TAC are eagerly waiting to see some of the great work that has been done in the last year and hope to recognise and reward the best of the best in each category. We have a special recognition - The Young EMVIE of the Year, in honour of Pradeep Guha, a stalwart and legend in the world of Media and Entertainment. With Google being our presenting sponsor this year, it’s befitting that we’re looking for innovation at the heart of everything. We are excited and ready to get the ball rolling in earnest, move the inertia of the last two years into a juggernaut of momentum and host perhaps THE grandest EMVIES to date. All the best to every participant, may the best work win!” 

On being the Presenting Sponsor, Sapna Chadha, Vice President, Marketing - India, Southeast Asia and South Asia, Google Asia Pacific, says We are delighted to be partnering with The Advertising Club on the most prestigious and highly anticipated media awards. At Google, we incorporate innovation and creative strategy in everything we do and we’re eager to see what the young creative minds of India have produced in the past year. It is our absolute pleasure to be a part of this legacy and hope to see some great work being recognised.” 

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