12 creative representatives from the Asian region selected to sit on The One Show 2018 jury

ONESHOW (1).jpgThe One Show 2018 Call for Entries is in full swing, but you can't get 'famous famous' without a great jury, which has just been announced. Nearly 200 esteemed professionals from more than 30 countries, all overseeing the very best ideas and executions in 17 various disciplines.

12 representatives from Asia have been selected to sit on the 2017 jury across multiple categories.

Representatives from the Asia region include:

Branded Entertainment Jury
Alice Chou
, executive creative director, Dentsu Taiwan

Mobile and Social Media Jury
Wain Choi
(top left), senior vice president and chief creative officer, Cheil, Seoul
Merlee Jayme, chairmom and chief creative officer, Dentsu Jayme Syfu, Makati (below left)
Marcus Rebeschini, chief creative officer APAC, Y&R APAC/Singapore
Film Jury
Sonal Dabral
(top left), chief creative officer and vice chair, Ogilvy, Mumbai
Carol Lam (bottom left), president and chief creative officer, Leo Burnett, Hong Kong

Cross Platform Jury
Kentaro Kimura
(bottom right), co-chief executive officer and executive creative director, Hakuhodo, Tokyo
Merlee_CK.jpgCK Tan, chief creative officer, Amber, Shanghai (left)

Direct Marketing
Richard Yu
, chief creative officer, ADK, Taipei

Interactive and UX / UI Jury
Anuwat Nitipanont
, chief creative officer, BBDO / Bangkok
Kaoru Sugano, executive creative director, Dentsu / Tokyo

Print and Outdoor Jury
Senthil Kumar
, chief creative officer, JWT, Mumbai

The final entry deadline is January 31, 2018. ENTER NOW
The One Show will be held in New York next May.

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