Campaign India Team
Jan 10, 2017

Apac Effie Awards 2017: DAN's Ashish Bhasin appointed head of jury

BBDO Asia's Jean-Paul Burge also on the list

Apac Effie Awards 2017: DAN's Ashish Bhasin appointed head of jury
The organising committee for the Asia Pacific Effie Awards has named the first two heads of jury for its 2017 edition. Representing India is Ashish Bhasin, chairman and CEO, Dentsu Aegis Network South Asia and chairman, Posterscope and MKTG – Asia Pacific. He is also member of Dentsu Aegis Network Asia Pacific's executive board. 
 
Bhasin said, “I am very pleased to accept the invitation to be the head of jury at the Apac Effie 2017. It gives me a great opportunity to see some of the best work around the region, across markets as well as to interact with some of the best minds in our business. I look forward to Apac Effie 2017 being a grand success.”
 
Joining him on the list of jury heads is Jean-Paul Burge, chairman and CEO, BBDO Asia. 
 
This is the fourth edition of the Apac Effie Awards. 
 
The remaining heads and members of the jury will be announced soon. 
 
 
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