Ogilvy & Mather APAC & Singapore's CCO Eugene Cheong to sit on executive jury at Lisbon International Advertising Festival in September

Eugene Cheong.jpgThe Lisbon International Advertising Festival has announced the remaining names of the Executive Jury, who will be travelling to Lisbon in September in order to assess the best creative works on a global scale. Last week the Lisbon International Advertising Festival announced the President of the Jury will be Brazilian adman Washington Olivetto.

Jury members are:
Eugene Cheong, Chief Creative Officer, Ogilvy & Mather APAC and Singapore (pictured left).
Ramzy Haddad, Executive Creative Director, Publicis Middle East - MENA Region.
Luís Silva Dias, Chief Creative Officer, FCB International Portugal.
Chacho Puebla, Executive Creative Director & Partner, LOLA/LOWE Spain.
Jaime Mandelbaum, European Chief Creative Officer, Young & Rubicam Prague.
Doerte Spengler-Ahrens, Chief Creative Officer, Jung von Matt/Elbe Hamburg.
Sarah Barclay, Executive Creative Director, J. Walter Thompson New York.
Fábio Seidl, Group Creative Director of New York-based 360i.
Alasdhair Macgregor-Hastie, Vice-President & Executive Creative Director, BETC France.
Jason Romeyko, Global Chief Creative Officer, GSK & Deutsche Telekom and Executive Creative Director, Saatchi & Saatchi Switzerland.

The quality and worldwide recognition of our Executive Jury demonstrates very clearly the ambition of LIAF in becoming one of the great festivals of advertising creativity worldwide.

The Lisbon International Advertising Festival has opened entries, and its award ceremony will take place on September 14, in Portugal, at Cinema São Jorge, one of the most important theatres of the city of Lisbon.

The entry procedure is entirely online by just accessing the festival's website.

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