Aishwarya Ramesh
Advertising

Cannes Lions 2019: Dentsu Webchutney (3), Mindshare (2), Leo Burnett (1) and Lowe Lintas (1) win big on Day 3

Indian agencies won 7 awards in total on Day 3 of Cannes Lions 2019.

Mindshare, Mumbai won a Silver Lion in the Media Lions category for their entry 'Infection Alert System' for their client Lifebuoy soap. The same entry also won Mindshare a Bronze Lion in the Creative Data Lions category. Lifebuoy seemed to be a lucky client for agencies this year - in the Creative Strategy Lions category, Lowe Lintas Mumbai / Mullen Lowe Singapore / Mullen Lowe SSP3, Bogota won a Silver Lion for their work on Lifebuoy's campaign titled 'Lifebuoy #HelpAChildReach5.'

Cannes Lions 2019: Dentsu Webchutney (3), Mindshare (2), Leo Burnett (1) and Lowe Lintas (1) win big on Day 3

A closer look at Lifebuoy's Infection Alert System campaign
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Dentsu Webchutney, Bangalore / Dot Dot Boom, Bengaluru won a Silver Lion in the Direct Lions category for their work on Swiggy's 'Voice of Hunger' challenge. The 'Voice of Hunger' challenge also bagged a Bronze Lion for Swiggy in the Social & Influencer Lions category.

Cannes Lions 2019: Dentsu Webchutney (3), Mindshare (2), Leo Burnett (1) and Lowe Lintas (1) win big on Day 3

Swiggy's 'Voice of Hunger' challenge was well received
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Leo Burnett won a Silver Lion in the PR Lions category for their entry titled #STOPMITHANI for HDFC Bank. The entry was supposed to promote HDFC Bank's Blood Donation camps. In the same category, Dentsu Webchutney had an entry titled "Code Name: Uri." The entry was for the film Uri: The Surgical Strike and it won Dentsu Webchutney a Bronze Lion award.

Cannes Lions 2019: Dentsu Webchutney (3), Mindshare (2), Leo Burnett (1) and Lowe Lintas (1) win big on Day 3

Code Name:Uri was conceptualised to fight piracy
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Cannes Lions 2019: Dentsu Webchutney (3), Mindshare (2), Leo Burnett (1) and Lowe Lintas (1) win big on Day 3

A closer look at HDFC Bank's campaign to encourage blood donation
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