Campaign India Team
Jan 16, 2019

New York Festivals Advertising Awards: Nine from India on jury (updated)

India is one of 65 countries to have representatives on the jury

New York Festivals Advertising Awards: Nine from India on jury (updated)
The organisers of the New York Festivals International Advertising Awards have announced its 'grand jury'. 
 
The jury consists of 400 people from 65 countries. India has nine representatives on the list: 
  • Abhishek Chaswal, executive creative director, McCann 
  • Anand Karir, founder/director, A Glass of Whisky Production
  • Elvis Sequeira, chief operating officer, Hakuhodo
  • Nitin Suri, co-founder/creative head, The Mob
  • Priyanka Joshi, creative controller, Ogilvy Mumbai
  • Rajdatta Ranade, senior creative director ,FCBUlka
  • Soumya Shiva Nagabhushan, group creative director, DDB Mudra Group
  • Sumantra Sengupta, CEO, pi communications
  • Viral Pandya, CCO, Out of the Box
Susan Glass Ruse, executive director, New York Festivals International Advertising Awards, said, “We’ve assembled a truly international jury with high level talent that spans the globe. NYF has always been about recognizing the work and the individuals who create it. Our juries and our competition categories are designed to reflect the diversity of great work and the people that produce it.”
 
The entry deadline for the awards is 31 January. For more information about the awards click here.

 

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Campaign India

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