FCB Ulka India's chief creative officer Swati Bhattacharya to chair Clio Awards' Print, Print Technique & Out of Home jury

Swati Bhattacharya.jpgThe Clio Awards, esteemed international advertising, design and communications competition has today announced the jury line-up in advance of the 2017 Clio Awards.

Swati Bhattacharya, Chief Creative Officer at FCB Ulka (pictured) will chair the Print, Print Technique & Out of Home Jury.

Joining her on the jury from Asia are Nisa Mujjalintrakool, Executive Director Dentsu Thailand, Norman Tan, North Asia Chief Creative Officer & China at J. Walter Thompson Asia Pacific and Roy Wisnu, Chief Creative Officer for Mullen Lowe Indonesia.
Other jury representatives from Asia are Nicole McMillan Vice President, Marketing Asia Pacific The Wrigley Company who will sit on the Brand (Brand Partnerships & Collaborations, Innovation, & Integrated Campaign) Jury.

Bill Yom Global, Creative Director, Cheil Worldwide South Korea will sit on the Branded Entertainment & Branded Content Jury.

paul chan.jpgPaul Chan (pictured right) Executive, Creative Director, Cheil Hong Kong and Corey Cruz Regional Creative Director - APAC DigitasLBI with both sit on the Digital/Mobile, Digital/Mobile Technique & Social Media Jury and Asia's representative for the Film Jury is Kazoo Sato, Chief Creative Officer at TWWA/Hakuhodo Japan.

Clio will turn to the burgeoning creative setting of China for its 2017 onsite-judging weeks, which will take place from July 26 to August 3 at The Sanya Edition Resort, on Hainan Island, off the coast of Southern China.

The 2017 Clio Awards will be held Wednesday, September 27 in New York City.

The first entry deadline is next Friday, April 28, 2017.


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