Saharath Sawadatikom managing director, creative and partner of CJ Worx named president of Bangkok Art Directors' Association

Saharath Sawadatikom.jpgThe Bangkok Art Directors' Association (B.A.D) has announced Saharath Sawadatikom, Managing Director, Creative and Partner, CJ Worx as the 33rd President of then Bangkok Art Directors' Association.

The B.A.D, Thailand's longest running creative competition of 33 years organizes a variety of activities in order to add value to Thailand's advertising industry. B.A.D aims to create opportunities for which professionals in the industry can sharpen their skills and broaden their visions, while also promoting the creativity of the new generation. It strives to strengthen the network support and relationship within the industry to raise Thailand's advertising standard to be more competitive on the international level.

Sawadatikom (pictured) is an award-winning creative with multi-discipline advertising background. He started his career at OgilvyOne Bangkok in 1989 and then joined Results Advertising under Ogilvy group, Wunderman and MRM respectively. He is one of the most award-winning creative in the industry. He brought home Thailand's 1st Grand Prix from Cannes Lions 2017 and received 2 Grande from AdFest. In total, he has earned more than 400 award tallies from both local and international award shows including Cannes Lions, D&AD, The One Show, Clio, New York Festival, London International Advertising, Midas, Epica, Spikes Asia, AdFest and many more. He was invited to be a jury regularly in numerous local and international award shows. And he was in Cannes Lions' jury for 3 times.
Sawadatikom is a co-founder of CJ Worx, an independent digital advertising agency, and other agencies in the group: Spore, Submarine, Rocket Cat and Springboardgun. CJ Worx group has become the fastest growing agency in the industry with a number of staff at 170 in its 6th year. CJ Worx won Digital Agency of the Year from Adman in 2014, Independent Agency of the Year from Spikes Asia in 2015, and Independent Agency of the Year from Campaign Brief Asia in both 2015 and 2016, as well as Digital Agency of the Year from Campaign Brief Asia in 2016, and Independent Agency of the Year from AdFest in 2017, the latest.

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