Yuya Furukawa + Merlee Jayme to lead jury panels at 2016 Clio Awards: Act quickly as Call for Entry deadline is April 22nd

Yuya Furukawa.jpgMerlee Jayme_Clio.jpgThe CLIO Awards are open for entries and have released their 2016 CLIO Awards Jury. Two of Asia's top creatives have been named as Jury Chairs - Yuya Furukawa Chief Creative Officer Dentsu Inc Tokyo and Merlee Jayme, Chairmom & CEO at DENTSU Jayme Syfu, The Philippines.

Furukawa leads the Film Jury and Jayme will head the Direct & Engagement/Experiential jury. 


The first entry deadline is Friday, April 22nd 2016. This deadline will then be extended to Friday, May 20th 2016, however there will be a price increase with the extended deadline. Go to Clioawards.com to see the Entry Fee for each medium per deadline.
Asia is well represented on the jury with 11 on the various panels.

JuhiKalia.jpgThey include:
Sheena Jeng, Chair and Chief Creative Officer of Publicis China - Film
Parixit Bhattacharya, Chief Creative Officer, TBWA\India - Direct & Engagement Experiential   
Woon Siew Hoh, Regional Executive Creative Director, Hakuhodo Asia Pacific Thailand - Print, Print Technique and Out of Home
Jan Hendrik Ott, Executive Creative Director, Serviceplan China - Print, Print Technique and Out of Home             
Kate Hyewon Oh, Executive Creative Director, Cheil South Korea - Branded Entertainment & Branded Content
Leigh Reyes, President & Chief Creative Officer, Mullen Lowe Philippines - Branded Entertainment & Branded Content
Juhi Kalia (pictured right), Head of Creative Shop, India and Indonesia, Facebook Creative Shop Singapore - Brand Jury (Innovation & Integrated Campaign)
Eric Cruz, Executive Creative Director, AKQA Shanghai - Digital/Mobile, Digital/Mobile Technique, & Social Media
Jung A Kim, Executive Creative Director, Innocean Worldwide South Korea - Digital/Mobile, Digital/Mobile Technique, & Social Media 
Lynne Anne Davis, President, FleishmanHillard Asia Pacific Hong Kong - Public Relations
Kate Holgate, Partner, Head of Singapore, Brunswick Group Singapore - Public Relations

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