Prasoon Joshi, Roopak Saluja, Santosh Padhi and Sonal Dabral on LIA 2013 juries

70 junior creatives will be invited to attend 'Creative Conversations' alongside judging in Las Vegas this October

Prasoon Joshi, Roopak Saluja, Santosh Padhi and Sonal Dabral on LIA 2013 juries

Organisers of the 28th London International Awards (LIA) have announced jury members and judging dates.

From India, Prasoon Joshi, president - South Asia, McCann Worldgroup, will be part of the Non -Traditional jury led by Mark Tutssel, global CCO, Leo Burnett.

Roopak Saluja, founder and CEO, The 120 Media Collective, will be on the 2013 TV/Cinema/Online Film - Production | Post-Production jury, led by Jonathon Ker, executive producer, paydirt (Los Angeles).

Sonal Dabral, chairman and CCO, DDB Mudra Group, will serve on the TV/Cinema/Online Film jury led this year by Tham Khai Meng, worldwide CCO, Ogilvy.

Santosh Padhi, co-founder and CCO, Taproot India, will join the Print / Poster / Billboard jury,  presided by David Guerrero, chairman and CCO, BBDO Guerrero/Proximity (Philippines).

Barbara Levy, president, LIA, said, "It is a reflection of the great creative work that consistently emerges from India that we have appointed Indian jury members across such a broad spectrum of media. To have the honour to have some of the most highly ranked creative officers of India's most awarded creative businesses is something that we are extremely proud of, and is in keeping with our commitment to have the world's most creative work judged by the world's most creative people. We look forward to welcoming them and working with them in Las Vegas".

Judging will take place from 4 to 12 October in Las Vegas. Alongside judging, 'Creative Conversations' will take place featuring creative heads and young talent. An LIA statement informed that 70 junior creatives from around the globe will attend the invitation-only event.

The last date for sending entries to the 2013 LIA competition is 15 July.

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