Sompat Trisadikun, Damisa Ongsiriwattana, Anuwat Nitipanont + Surachai Puthikulangkura to make strong Thai presence across LIA juries

LIA_Thailand.jpgThe London International Awards has invited four Thai creatives to sit on the 2018 jury panels that will convene at the end of September in Las Vegas. This is Thailand's strongest ever presence on the jury, after three jury members last year.

Sompat Trisadikun, Chief Creative Officer of the Leo Burnett Group in Thailand is invited on the Print, Poster, Billboard, Ambient and Verbal Identity jury.

Damisa Ongsiriwattana, Co-Founder + ECD at top independent creative agency SOUR Bangkok will join the Branded Entertainment jury.

BBDO Bangkok's Deputy Chief Creative Officer, Anuwat Nitipanont, wil judge on the TV/Cinema/Online Film Jury.
And internationally renowned digital imaging guru Surachai Puthikulangkura, Founder and CEO at Illusion Bangkok will join the Health & Wellness/Medical Craft jury.

Last year Asia had 26 representatives judging at LIA and this year sees 17 jury members from Asia. Over 100 jury members from all over the globe will gather in Las Vegas and sit across 13 separate juries to judge this year's awards.

LIA is now open for entries.

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