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Aruna Sundararajan Adjudged the Digital Woman of the Year

Aruna Sundararajan, Secretary, Dept of Telecom, Govt of India, was adjudged as the Digital Woman of the Year along with Falguni Nayar from Nykaa, while film director Karan Johar was adjudged as the Social Media Person of the Year at the 9th India Digital Awards presented by IAMAI.

The winners of the 9th India Digital Awards coinciding with the 13th India Digital Summit, 2019, were announced at a glittering awards function today. The awards, this year had 8 Categorie. The categories were Digital Advertising, Digital Content, Social Media, Mobile and App Award, Payment and Fintech Awards, Technology Awards, Digital Social and Economic Empowerment Awards, and Special Awards.

Interactive Avenues won the Digital Agency of the Year, while the coveted Digital Person of the year went to Byju Raveendran. Udaan won the Digital Start-up of the year. 

GroupM Media India won the silver for Digital Agency of the Year, while Columbus India (SVG Media) won the bronze.

Winners of 9th India Digital Awards:
Best Brand Awareness Campaign using Mobile
Reckitt Benckiser India by Havas Worldwide India
Best Data Driven Marketing Strategy
Hindustan Unilever Limited by GroupM Media India
Best Lead Generation Campaign Through Mobile
Future Retail by Social Kinnect

Best Messaging Campaign

Best Viral Marketing Campaign
Kingfisher Ultra Shorts - United Breweries by Twilight Entertainment
Best use of Native Advertising
B9 Beverages by Saavn Media
Best use of AR/VR in a Marketing Campaign
MTV India by Madison Media
Best Search Marketing Campaign
Curefit by Hiveminds
Best Omni-Channel Campaign Management & Marketing Automation
Coca-Cola India by Interactive Avenues
Best Email Marketing Campaign
The Raymond Group by Dentsu Aegis Media India
Best Insurance Tech of the Year
Best Innovative Mobile App
B2B Content Campaign of the Year
StoryMirror & YES BANK
Most Consistent Excellence in Digital Publishing
Mahindra & Mahindra
Best use of Facebook    
Max Life Insurance by SVG Media (Columbus India )
Best use of Instagram
Bigbasket by Hiveminds
Best use of Twitter
Reckitt Benckiser India by Havas Worldwide India


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