Bestads Top 6 of the Week ready to view - top spots include Nike 'Write the Future' via W+K

Best Ads Logo copy.jpgPRASOON_JOSHI_sml.jpgThe Bestads Top 6 Commercials/Print/Outdoor/Interactive of the week in the world is now ready to view, reviewed by Prasoon Joshi (pictured), executive chairman McCann-Erickson Inda and regional executive creative director Asia Pacific. Prasoon's favourite in TV this week was Nike 'Write the Future'' via Wieden + Kennedy Amsterdam, with Aussie expat co-creative director Eric Quennoy at the helm.

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