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Mindshare swept Maddies in 2016, who will it be this year?

11-October-2017
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Mindshare swept Maddies in 2016, who will it be this year?

exchange4media celebrates its annual Mobile Awards – The Maddies, today at ITC Grand Central Mumbai. The Maddies acknowledges and recognizes all marketing stories that employ an effective mobile marketing strategy in India and will be equally judged on innovation, concept, execution and results by a highly experienced independent panel from the industry. These awards are open to all industries linked to mobile marketing (clients, creative, media agencies, digital agencies and publishers, etc.)

Last year a total of 37 metals were given away along with 3 Hall of Fame Awards. Mindshare took home the Agency of the Year last year with a total of 11 metals. Can we expect a repeat this year? Stay tuned as the best of the best see their hard work rewarded at Maddies 2017.

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