BV Pradeep of Unilever named prize chairman for the 2015 Warc Prize for Asian Strategy

judgesBV.jpgBV Pradeep of Unilever (Global Vice President - Consumer & Market Insight - Market Clusters) will be this year's Prize Chairman. Pradeep (pictured) is joined by a stellar panel of judges, including:

. Deborah Goldingham, Head of Marketing, South East Asia, Mastercard
. Karen Ngui, Managing Director & Head Group Strategic Marketing and Communications, DBS
. JP Burge, Chairman & CEO, BBDO Asia
. Frank Reitgassl, Director Global Brand Strategy, Mondel─ôz International
. Susana Tsui, CEO, PHD Asia Pacific
. Edward Bell, CEO, FCB Greater China

...plus senior executives from Ogilvy, Publicis, JWT, Imagination and Leo Burnett.
The Warc Prize for Asian Strategy is looking for the best strategic marketing in Asia. Does your work fit the brief?

As well as a chance to win the US$5,000 cash prize, this is an opportunity to have your work recognised by some of the industry heavyweights in Asia.

For a look at the full jury, details of how to enter the Prize and tips on what makes a winning entry, visit the Prize website. It is free to enter and the entry deadline is 16th July 2015.

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