Campaign India Team
Feb 03, 2011

DDB Worldwide's Bob Scarpelli to chair Titanium & Integrated jury

Previously Scarpelli has served as president of both the Cannes Lions Film and Press juries in 2007, among other international award shows.

Bob Scarpelli, chairman and chief creative officer, DDB Worldwide
Bob Scarpelli, chairman and chief creative officer, DDB Worldwide

Bob Scarpelli, DDB Worldwide's chairman and chief creative officer, has been named as the chairman of the Titanium and Integrated Jury for this year's Cannes Lions festival. 

Scarpelli has served as president of both the Cannes Lions Film and Press juries in 2007 and has also chaired other main international shows. 

"We are delighted to welcome Bob back to Cannes this year, where he will chair an impressive international jury. The Titanium and Integrated category at Cannes Lions has become key to where the industry is heading and as such the belief that Bob and his fellow judges have towards creativity and breakthrough ideas, is paramount to the future of the industry," says Terry Savage, chairman of Cannes Lions.

Commenting on his role, Bob said, "I am truly honored to chair this prestigious Titanium and Integrated Jury as we pay tribute to, and celebrate the ideas, the creativity and the people who are leading our industry forward."

Other jury members who comprise the Titanium & Integrated Jury include

Jamie Barrett, Partner & Creative Director, Goodby, Silverstein & Partners; Richard Beaven, Worldwide CEO, Initiative; Pablo Del Campo, Chief Executive Officer, Del Campo Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi; Armin Jochum, Chief Creative Officer, Jung von Matt; Linus Karlsson, Chairman & Chief Creative Officer, McCann New York and London; Paul Lavoie, Chairman, TAXI; Fernanda Romano, Global Creative Director, Digital & Experiential, Euro RSCG; Nik Studzinski, Executive Creative Director, Droga5; Iain Tait, Global Interactive Executive Creative Director, Wieden+Kennedy. \

As well as awarding the Titanium and Integrated Lions, this jury will also award the Grand Prix for Good. Launched last year, the honour is bestowed to the best entry selected from all the Gold Lion winners in the charities and public services categories, which are ineligible to win their category Grand Prix.

Source:
Campaign India

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