Clio Awards name five Creative Directors from Asia to sit on the 2018 executive juries

Suthisak & Masaru.jpgTao & Sasaki.jpgThe Clio Awards has invited more than 100 leading creatives from around the world will judge thousands of Clio entry submissions.

Yasuharu Sasaki (pictured bottom right) Head of Digital and Executive Creative Director Dentsu Japan will sit on the Branded Entertainment and Branded Content jury. Masaru Kitakaze (pictured top right) Worldwide Chief Creative Officer Hakuhodo Inc Tokyo will sit on the Digital\Mobile and Social Media jury.

Tista Sen (pictured below) National Creative Director & Senior Vice President J. Walter Thompson Mumbai  and Suthisak Suchaarittanonta (pictured top left) Chair & Chief Executive Officer BBDO Bangkok will both sit on the Film jury.
tista sen.jpgJudy Tao (pictured above bottom left) Chief Creative Officer Dentsu One Taipei will join Eugene Cheong Chief Creative Officer Ogilvy Asia Pacific & Singapore who is Jury Head on the Print & Out of Home jury.

While you're feeling inspired, start planning your Clio Awards entries before the April 20th deadline.

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