Ad Stars 2017 releases full list of judges for the final judging panels in Busan, South Korea

AD STARS 2017 EXECUTIVE JUDGES PANEL DISCUSSION.jpgAd Stars has named over 30 judges representing 20 countries, who will fly to Busan, South Korea in August to judge the 2017 Ad Stars Awards from 21st - 23rd August.

This year's judges are:

Jody Xiong, Founder & Chief Creative Officer at The Nine
Steven Marolho, General Manager at Moving Picture Company
Yi Shen, Chairman at WMTAD Advertising Group
Krystie Koh, Managing Partner, Operation & Production Director at TSLA China (The Secret Little Agency China)
Yuxin Cao, Baidu Search Cmopany Marketing Department Business Ecosystem Deputy Manager at Baidu
Yan (Cindy) Chen, Partner & Chief Strategy Officer at Focus Media Group
Hong Kong
Esther Wong, Executive Creative Director at TBWA Hong Kong     

Raj Nair(Liam), CEO & Chief Creative Officer at Madison BMB 
Peter Grasse, Executive Producer at Dictionary Films Tokyo
Masashi Ariizumi, Creative Director & Senior Communication Director at ADK Tokyo
Morihiro Harano, Creative Director & Founder at Mori Inc

Rajay Singh, Film Director & Co-Founder at Directors Think Tank Malaysia & Singapore

I-Fei Chang, Chief Creative Officer at J. Walter Thompson in Taiwan                                

Suthisak Sucharittanonta, Chairman & Chief Creative Officer at BBDO Bangkok (Executive Judge)

Aste Gutiérrez, Nike Creative Director at BBH Singapore.
James Keng Lim, Creative Director at HAKUHODO

South Korea
Wain Choi, Chief Creative Officer at Cheil Worldwide (Executive Judge)
Soo-Jin Kim, Creative Director at Daehong Communications
Kiyoung Kim, Executive Creative Director at Innocean Worldwide
Julie Kang, CEO & Managing Partner at Serviceplan Korea
Seowon Park, Chief Creative Officer at ORICOM

The Philippines
Kat Gomez-Limchoc, Executive Creative Director at Blackpencil Manila / Leo Burnett Group Manila

Adrian Bosich, Managing Partner at AIRBAG
Jen Speirs, Creative Director at BMF Sydney
New Zealand
Tom Paine, Executive Creative Director at Y&R New Zealand

United States
Anselmo Ramos, Chief Creative Officer & Founder at DAVID the Agency (Executive Judge)
Eric Springer, Executive Creative Director at Innocean Worldwide

Gabriel Lemes Araujo, VP Executive Creative Director at Ketchum / Little George

Helen Pak, Chief Creative Officer at Grey Group Canada (Executive Judge)

Maximiliano Maddalena, Vice President & Executive Creative Director South Latin at Ogilvy & Mather

Czech Republic
Pavel Fuksa, Head of Design at Pavel Fuksa Design

Doerte Spengler-Ahrens, Managing Director Creation at Jung von Matt/SAGA GmbH

Rindert Dalstra, Digital Strategic Director at TBWA

United Kingdom
Adrian Botan, Global Executive Creative Director, McCann Worldgroup
Matthew Leem, Business Director at Ogilvy & Mather

South Africa
Liam Wielopolski, Chief Creative Officer at DDB South Africa

Fernando De Clemente, Interactive Creative Director at WILDFi / The Electric Factory Group

Ad Stars is now offering a 10% discount on early bird ticket sales to attend the 10th Ad Stars festival, which runs from 24th to 26th August in Busan, South Korea.

With eight different registration packages to choose from, delegates can choose to attend both Ad Stars 2017 and AD tech 2017, or purchase individual tickets to either conference, which take place concurrently at BEXCO Exhibition Centre. One-day passes and tickets to this year's awards gala on Saturday 26th August are also available.  

Purchase tickets to Ad Stars 2017 here.

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