Campaign India Team
May 13, 2014

Goafest 2014: Creative Abby jury chairs revealed, shortlists released online

Shortlists for Ambient, Direct, OOH, PR, Print Craft and Print Single are at abbyshortlist.com

Goafest 2014: Creative Abby jury chairs revealed, shortlists released online

The Awards Governing Council of Abbys at Goafest 2014 has started uploading shortlists at abbyshortlist.com, and announced jury chairpersons for the Creative Abbys.

Shortlists for the Ambient, Direct, OOH, PR, Print Craft and Print Single categories have been uploaded on the site, and organisers are inviting disputes if any to be raised with the concerned jury chair in writing, with proof.

The jury chairpersons for various categories are:

- Integrated Advertising: Prasoon Joshi, president, South Asia, McCann World Group
- Films: Agnello Dias, chairman and chief creative officer, Taproot India
- Design: Alok Nanda, director, Alok Nanda Communications
- Outdoor Advertising and Ambient: Sonal Dabral, chairman and chief creative officer, DDB Mudra Group, India
- Radio Advertising: Ashish Chakravarty, national creative director, Contract Advertising

On the Jury, Pratap Bose, Chairman of the Awards Governing Council, said “We are delighted to have such a remarkable line up of jury chairpersons this year. All of them are creative stalwarts and I am pleased that they will be judging the Creative Abbys this year.  The judging process will be transparent and fair. KPMG will be monitoring the judging procedure.”

Goafest 2014 will be hosted at the The Grand Hyatt, Bambolim, North Goa from 29 to 31 May.

More shortlists will be uploaded to the site in the coming days.

Source:
Campaign India

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