Coca Cola Philippines CEO Winn Everhart joins 2018 APAC Tambuli Awards executive jury

Winn Everhart 2.jpgThe Asia Pacific Tambuli Awards has appointed Coca Cola Phils. President & General Manager Winn Everhart (pictured) to the 2018 Overall Executive Jury, chaired this year by Malcolm Poynton, Global Chief Creative Officer, Cheil Worldwide. 
 
Evaluating entries at the APAC Tambuli awards happens at two levels: the executive juries for creative, media & digital, and humanity & culture categories evaluate entries and determine the bronze, silver, and gold winners. All gold winners are then evaluated by the Overall Executive jury to determine which among them deserve to be elevated to grand prix. From among the grand prix, the platinum winner is chosen.
 
The pioneer award show globally that honors meaningful brands that do good and do well, the APAC Tambuli Awards celebrates brands that show 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 28. Visit here for details and entry kit. For inquiries, email carla.estanislao@uap.asia.

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