HK4As Kam Fan Awards 2017 call for entries now open with a revised set of categories and rules

Ted Lim.jpgThe Association of Accredited Advertising Agencies of Hong Kong (HK4As) - the Kam Fan Awards has opened its call for entries.
Like every year, the Kam Fan is a benchmark by the HK4As to attest the best works of the year in the Hong Kong market. This year the Kam Fan Committee is aiming to push even higher. A revised set of categories and rules have been designed to uplift the standard of works to raise the Kam Fan bar to encourage more quality works and participation in more areas. For details of 2017 Categories, please visit here.
Since it was first organized in 1984, the Kam Fan Award has grown from strength to strength, and is highly regarded as the "Grand Prix" of the Hong Kong advertising industry. To maintain the high standard of the Kam Fan show, and its awards much coveted accolades, the HK4As invites highly reputable ad luminaries to be on the jury. This year the Kam Fan Jury Chairman is Ted Lim, Chief Creative Officer of Dentsu Aegis Network APAC. Lim (pictured) will lead 6 other international judges on the panel.

The Call for Entry of 2017 Kam Fan Awards is now open until 15 September 2017 to all advertising and communications practitioners - ad agencies, production companies, advertisers and the public are all welcome to participate by online submissions.
Award winners will be announced at a Gala Presentation to be held on Friday 24 November 2017.
VIEW THE  LIST OF JUDGES: Kam Fan Judges 2017.pdf

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