Campaign India Team
Jan 21, 2022

IPA Effectiveness Awards 2022: MullenLowe's S Subramanyeswar on jury

Only Indian among the jurors

IPA Effectiveness Awards 2022: MullenLowe's S Subramanyeswar on jury
The organisers of the IPA Effectiveness Awards have announced the jurors for the 2022 edition.
 
The IPA Effectiveness Awards reward those creatives that deliver value for the client across three rounds of judging from clients, industry and technical experts.
 
Representing India on the 61-member jury is S Subramanyeswar, chief strategy officer – Asia Pacific and head of global planning council, MullenLowe Group.
 
He said, "IPA Effectiveness Awards is unequivocally the most coveted amongst all the effectiveness awards in the world. There is no more rigorous a test than this. Period. Every entry that wins here sets a new gold standard for you, the brand/business, the agency, the client, and the industry too. It will be an amazing experience to be judging the 2022 awards alongside global greats. Clearly, this is one award show that’s hard to miss for those who aspire to scale the effectiveness Everest.”
 
Winners will be announced in October 2022.
 
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