Campaign India Team
Jan 13, 2016

New York Festivals 2016: BBDO India's Josy Paul on executive jury

The jury will meet between 13 and 17 May 2016 for judging in NYC

New York Festivals 2016: BBDO India's Josy Paul on executive jury
The New York Festivals International Advertising Awards has announced the second round of creatives appointed to the 2016 executive jury. On the list is India's Josy Paul, chairman and chief creative officer, BBDO India. 
 
The executive jury also includes:
  • Steve Keum, chief creative officer, First Kiss Korea
  • Nir Refuah, chief innovation officer, McCann Erickson Romania
  • Yasuharu Sasaki, head of digital creative/executive creative director, Dentsu Inc. Japan
  • Leslie Sims, chief creative officer, Y&R New York
The executive jury panel will gather between 13 and 17 May 2016 in New York for five rounds of judging across mediums and select winners.
 
Michael O'Rourke, president, New York Festivals, said, "New York Festival’s executive jury of celebrated creative leaders mirrors the diverse range of creative talent prevalent in the advertising industry today. NYF is thrilled to provide our entrant’s with this esteemed jury of internationally recognised thought-leaders.”
 
The jury will follow a system wherein each entry is scored on its own merit with 50 per cent of the vote based on concept/idea, 25 per cent on brand and market relevance, and 25 per cent on production execution.
 
The New York Show gala will be hosted on 19 May.
 
Deadline to the 2016 competition is 15 February.
 
Source:
Campaign India

Related Articles

Just Published

9 hours ago

MediaCom unveils global repositioning, logo rebrand

Global CEO Nick Lawson is taking a new broom to the agency, which turns 35 this year

9 hours ago

Dentsu reportedly looking to sell Tokyo HQ

A sale could yield close to US$3 billion and be one of Japan's biggest real estate transactions ever, according to published reports

9 hours ago

Ogilvy hires Steve Soechtig to lead global ...

Mark Read, CEO of parent WPP, wants to grow its overall revenue from experience, technology and e-commerce from 25% to 40% by 2025

10 hours ago

Star Sports gets Boman Irani to sabotage English ...

Watch the film conceptualised by the in-house team at Star Sports here