Mumbai: The Promoting Membership (TAC) has introduced that the most recent version of the Emvies will happen on 25 March at Taj Land’s Finish from 6.30 p.m onwards. The occasion is offered by Google, powered by Colours and in affiliation with Occasions of India.
The Emvies are coveted media awards that concentrate on innovation, technique, analysis and seamless integration. The awards are again after a hiatus in the course of the pandemic. With over 1000 entries this 12 months, the perfect minds in media and promoting will compete for recognition on the awards.
The occasion will likely be attended by top-notch professionals from the media, promoting and advertising fraternity. The campaigns that go on to win an ‘Emvie’, the trophy is offered to each the media company and the consumer.
“It’s been an extended break and we at TAC are eagerly ready to see a few of the nice work that has been executed within the final 12 months and hope to recognise and reward the perfect of the perfect in every class,” stated The Promoting Membership president Partha Sinha. “We’ve got a particular recognition ‘The Younger EMVIE of the Yr’, in honour of Pradeep Guha, a stalwart and legend on the earth of media and leisure. With Google being our presenting sponsor this 12 months, it’s befitting that we’re on the lookout for innovation on the coronary heart of the whole lot. We’re excited and able to get the ball rolling in earnest, transfer the inertia of the final two years right into a juggernaut of momentum and host maybe THE grandest Emvies to this point. All the perfect to each participant, might the perfect work win!”
This 12 months the Envies return with a brand new look and brand that has been designed by Digitas.
“We’re delighted to be partnering with The Promoting Membership on probably the most prestigious and extremely anticipated media awards,” stated Google Asia Pacific vice chairman advertising – India Southeast Asia and South Asia Sapna Chadha. “At Google, we incorporate innovation and artistic technique in the whole lot we do and we’re desperate to see what the younger artistic minds of India have produced up to now 12 months. It’s our absolute pleasure to be part of this legacy and hope to see some nice work being recognised.”