Campaign India Team
Mar 19, 2018

Goafest 2018: Shortlists announced

To build transparency into the jury process, the shortlists will be accessible to everyone for a week

Goafest 2018: Shortlists announced
The 2018 edition of the Abby awards has announced the shortlists, by category. The Abby Awards 2018 have been adjudged by eminent industry leaders and category stalwarts.
 
The shortlists for the 2018 edition are now live on www.abbyshortlist.com
 
As part of the inclusive process of ABBY’s the category shortlists are available for review on the
website  for a period of 7 days, ensuring complete transparency in the judging process, during
which time specific feedback and comments are welcome.
 
Ajay Kakar, chairman, Awards Governing Council said, “The jury has deliberated and identified the short lists. And these are now being put up in the public domain, by category. May the best of best win.”
 
ABBY Awards 2018 is presented by the Advertising Club and AAAI in Goa from 5 - 7 April 2018 at the The Grand Hyatt, Bambolim, North Goa.
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