Paul Chan, Rob Sherlock, Gary Steele and Mark McDonald to represent Asia on LIA Integration Jury, lead by Leo Burnett's Mark Tutssel

Paul Chan Rob Sherlock.jpgLIA has announced that Mark Tutssel, Executive Chairman/Chief Creative Officer of Leo Burnett Worldwide, will preside over this year's Integration jury, that contains a strong lineup from Asia.

Joining him on the jury from Asia are Paul Chan, Chief Creative Officer at Cheil Worldwide Hong Kong (pictured left), Rob Sherlock, Chairman at ADK Global, Singapore (pictured right), Mark McDonald, Head of Creative, Mumbai at Digitas India, Mumbai, and Gary Steele, Executive Creative Director at TBWA\Singapore.
Mark Tutssel.jpgAs Executive Chairman of Leo Burnett Worldwide, Tutssel (pictured left) leads the network's unrivaled creative firepower across the world, and is responsible for setting the company's vision. Tutssel oversees the creative output for some of the world's most respected brands, including Samsung, McDonald's and General Motors.

In 2015, Advertising Age recognized Leo Burnett as the most awarded network in the world. Under Tutssel's leadership, the network has also topped the Gunn Report's "All Gunns Blazing" category for seven of the past eight years, leading the industry in new-world thinking. It is one of a very small group of agencies to have ranked in the world's Top 5 most awarded creative networks for ten years in a row.

"Technology is unleashing unprecedented creative potential. New channels offer fresh ways to engage consumers, while the proliferation of screens in all shapes and sizes has provided an infinite canvas for us to explore. In such a rapidly evolving landscape, my focus will be to celebrate the unexpected and unconventional; work that's brilliant in thinking, innovative in expression and agile enough to move at the speed of culture. Of course, truly integrated campaigns must also demonstrate a deft understanding of an increasingly complex consumer journey, and deliver solutions that maximize the potential for emotional connection at each and every touch point. It's a great honor to chair the Integration category this year, and I'm tremendously excited for the opportunity to shine a spotlight on the freshest ideas in the industry." stated Tutssel.
 
"Ideas for integration should impact society on either a global level or be woven into the cultural fabric of a particular region. We have such a diverse and experienced jury that the real gems will sparkle in this category," said Barbara Levy, President of LIA.
 
MarkMcDonald.jpgGary Steele.jpg2018 Integration Jury:
 
Mark Tutssel - Jury President, Executive Chairman / Chief Creative Officer of Leo Burnett Worldwide
Sarah Barclay, Global Executive Creative Director at J. Walter Thompson, New York
Paul Chan, Chief Creative Officer at Cheil Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Nerea Cierco, Executive Creative Director at DDB Madrid, Madrid
Nancy Crimi-Lamanna, Chief Creative Officer at FCB Toronto, Toronto
Mike Geiger, CEO of Wolfgang, Venice California
Steve Jackson, Executive Creative Director at INNOCEAN, Sydney
Vicki Maguire, Chief Creative Officer at Grey London, London
Mark McDonald, Head of Creative, Mumbai at Digitas India, Mumbai (pictured top)
Mónica Moro, Chief Creative Officer at McCann Spain, Madrid
Rob Sherlock, Chairman at ADK Global, Singapore
Gary Steele, Executive Creative Director at TBWA\Singapore, Singapore (pictured bottom)
Stephan Vogel, Chief Creative Officer EMEA at Ogilvy, Frankfurt
 
The Integration judging will take place at Encore Las Vegas from October 3rd through October 5th.
 
The Entry System is open for entries. The initial entry deadline is August 13th.
 
For more information on submissions and eligibility, please visit the LIA website at www.liaawards.com.

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