TOI bags silver, bronze at Abbys


PANAJI: After two days of knowledge sessions and seminars from industry experts and creative minds at Abby One Show Awards, the last day of Goafest On Friday in 2023, Times of India Group secured two Metals and two Merit Awards.
The Times of India #WhatMakesUsOne campaign received a silver and a bronze metal Abby Awards are well known. The Times of a Better India campaign also received an award.
This is in addition to the Bronze Metal and Two Achievement Awards previously received by TOI Group at the glamorous event considered the Oscars of the media and advertising world.

Leo Burnett India was named Creative Agency of the Year, Specialist Brand Content and Entertainment Agency of the Year and Specialist Brand Activation and Promotion Agency of the Year with a total of 9 Gold, 14 Silver and 12 Bronze medals.
Speaking of awards: Partha Sinha, President of the Times of India Group and President of the Advertising Club, said: “Once again, Goafest has proven to be an extravaganza that brings together the entire media and creative community. From the staggering number of entries, to the judges, to the wins.” What’s more, every aspect of this festival was nothing short of amazing. With Abby One Show, we’re setting international standards and pushing boundaries.” He said it’s really inspiring to see talented people coming together and showing creativity.
“It’s the combined energies that make Goafest such an enjoyable experience. And the 16th edition was no different. Aside from some fascinating knowledge seminars and master classes, participation was very strong this year. I’m sure the journey for us is only up and further.” “We’re really looking forward to the same level of excitement as we make Goafest bigger and better,” said Jaideep Gandhi, Chairman of Goafest 2023 Organizing Committee .
“The challenge for any creative field is to create something that has never been seen or experienced before. I also embrace that part of my belief for myself,” said actor Tabu while participating in a discussion on the Future of Indian cinema: Exploring artistic freedom and challenging conventions. Earlier in the day, famous crooner Papon mesmerized the crowd and got them singing along to his tunes.

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