Campaign India Team
Sep 23, 2009

Ashwini Deshpande on 2010 ReBrand100 global awards jury

Ashwini Deshpande, director, Elephant Strategy + Design has been selected as a part of the 2010 ReBrand100 jury panel from India. The ReBrand100 global awards identify the best case studies from around the world by Anaezi Modu and her team based in Rhode Island, and aim to provide recognition for excellence in brand repositioning.

Ashwini Deshpande on 2010 ReBrand100 global awards jury

Ashwini Deshpande, director, Elephant Strategy + Design has been selected as a part of the 2010 ReBrand100 jury panel from India.
The ReBrand100 global awards identify the best case studies from around the world by Anaezi Modu and her team based in Rhode Island, and aim to provide recognition for excellence in brand repositioning.

Those eligible to enter include global organizations, Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, entrepreneurs, non-profit organizations, cities, and universities. The 2010 ReBrand100 awards is open to any rebrand launched between January 2007 and September 2009.
Entries submitted could be from in-house corporate professionals, design firms, clients, architects, business strategists, advertising agencies, non-profit organizations and government agencies. The rebrand may have been for a product, service, entire company, non-profit organization, an individual, or a place.

The last date for submissions at ReBrand100 Global Awards is 23rd September with late fee extensions up to 7th October 2009.
 

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Campaign India

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