2017 HK4As Kam Fan Awards announces finalists: Cheil + Ogilvy lead way with 28 and 24

Ted Lim.jpgThe Association of Accredited Agencies Advertising of Hong Kong (HK4As) has released the 2017 Kam Fan Awards finalist list. In total there are 151 Finalists following two rounds of judging by a panel of international judges.
 
Leading the way is Cheil Worldwide and Ogilvy & Mather with 28 and 24 finalists respecively.

The finalists judging took place from 4-6 November to select winners of each Kam Fan categories, and assigned levels of awards and the much sought after Kam Fan and Grand Kam Fan accolades.
 
The 2017 HK4As Kam Fan jury was led by Ted Lim, Chief Creative Officer of Dentsu Brand Agencies APAC (pictured), who thanked his fellow judges Wain Choi, Levi Slavin, Torie Henderson, Nuntawat (Golf) Chaipornkaew, Takahiro Hosoda and Tommy Lee for the "mental stimulation, lively discussions and local insights", and the organizer of the HK4As for the "local food and wonderful company".  "I could not ask for a better jury," said Lim.
 
The winners, including Young Kam Fan (formally Young Creatives Awards) and the Students' Awards, will be announced at the Kam Fan Gala on 24th November at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
 
VIEW THE FINALIST LIST: 2017 Kam Fan Awards Finalists List.pdf
VIEW THE JUDGES: List of Judges with titles & photos 2017.pdf

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