Clio Awards extends entry deadline to May 26th

Clio Awards.jpgThe 2017 Clio Awards has announced their first entry deadline extension to May 26th 2017.


The Clio judging onsite-judging this year will be in China, which will take place from July 26 to August 3 at The Sanya EDITION resort, on Hainan Island, off the coast of Southern China.

Each year, Clio gathers a panel of experts to deliberate and award the most innovative and engaging creative content from around the world.

This year's jury presidents are:
Kate Stanners, Chairwoman & Global CCO, Saatchi & Saatchi
Swati Bhattacharya, CCO, FCB Ulka India
Adrian Botan, Global Executive Creative Director, McCann Worldgroup
Chris Garbutt, Global Creative President & CCO, New York, TBWA Worldwide
Farid Mokart, Co-Founder, Creative CEO, CCO, FRED & FARID NY
Kathleen Hall, Corporate VP - Brand, Advertising & Research, Microsoft Corporation
Greg Quinton, CCO, The Partners
Roshi Givechi, Partner and Executive Design Director, IDEO

"As a truly global brand, we consistently seek to further our connections across the world stage," said Nicole Purcell, president, Clio. "It is impossible to ignore the thought-provoking, imaginative and beautiful work happening in Asia. The creative buzz in China is something we at Clio saw as a wonderful chance to celebrate. This is an opportunity to assemble leaders from the global creative community in the region to further conversations and camaraderie that will act as inspiration for future work."

More details on Clio entry here.

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