Asia Pacific Tambuli Awards announces the members of its 2017 Media Executive Jury

Cheuk Chiang photo.jpgThe Asia Pacific Tambuli Awards has named the members of its Media Executive Jury for 2017, led by Cheuk Chiang, Asia Pacific CEO, Omnicom Media Group, as Jury President. The jury members are as follows:

Cheuk Chiang, Asia Pacific CEO, Omnicom Media Group (pictured)
Valerie Cheng-Madon, Head Creative Shop Southeast Asia, Facebook
Gonzalo Fuentes, Global CEO Media & Digital Practice, KANTAR Insights
Donald Lim, CEO Dentsu Aegis Network Philippines
Ali Rez, Regional Creative Director, Middle East & Pakistan, IMPACT BBDO
The Media Executive jury evaluates entries under the following categories: audio, video screen, social media, brand activation, branded content & entertainment, integrated digital, integrated media, mobile, outdoor, and print.

The pioneer in award shows globally to celebrate effective advertising for good, the APAC Tambuli Awards honors brands that do good and do well - showing the seamless integration of creativity + human good + results. Case study entries must demonstrate how brands uplift society, create positive change, and correlate purpose with purchase.

The APAC Tambuli Awards is not an award on charity, advocacy, pro bono, or CSR advertising, even if those campaigns are welcome and encouraged to enter. The award, however, focuses on mainstream brand campaigns that celebrate humanity, inspire purpose, and deliver results.

Deadline for entries is on March 30. Visit here for details and entry kit. For inquiries contact bernadette.zulueta@uap.asia.

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