Campaign India Team
Jul 23, 2019

Arun Iyer, Raj Nair and Navin Talreja for IAA Rotary Campaign For Good jury

The last date of entries is July 28 and there is no entry fee

(clockwise from top left) Arun Iyer, Raj Nair and Navin Talreja
(clockwise from top left) Arun Iyer, Raj Nair and Navin Talreja

An elite creative jury consisting of Arun Iyer co-founder and creative partner, Spring Marketing Capital (former chairman and CCO Lowe Lintas), Raj Nair, CCO, Madison BMB and Navin Talreja, founding partner, The Womb Communications will evaluate entries received for the International Advertising Association (IAA) and Rotary District "Campaign For Good" initiative.

Abhishek Karnani, chairman, IndIAA Awards, said, "We expect some great creative work from young professionals on the simple brief that elders really want just time from young adults."

He added, "Getting such an illustrious jury to evaluate the work shows the commitment our senior industry executives have towards good causes."

The winning integrated campaign would be awarded on the prestigious IndIAA Awards stage on August 26 and run across media.

No entry fee.

Last date for submitting entries is July 28. There will be no extension of the deadline.

Entries can be sent to http://campaignforgood.in/

 

Source:
Campaign India

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