Campaign India Team
Aug 07, 2013

Spikes Asia 2013: Nestle’s Chandrasekar Radhakrishnan, DDB Mudra’s Pratap Bose and Maxus’ Ajit Varghese on juries

Creative Effectiveness, Media, Digital & Mobile, Direct, Promo & Activation juries announced

Spikes Asia 2013: Nestle’s Chandrasekar Radhakrishnan, DDB Mudra’s Pratap Bose and Maxus’ Ajit Varghese on juries

The Spikes Asia Festival of Creativity has announced the jury members for the Creative Effectiveness, Media, Digital & Mobile, Direct, Promo & Activation categories of the 2013 competition. The Festival is scheduled to be hosted in Singapore from 15 to 17 September.

In the jury panel for the Creative Effectiveness category is Chandrasekar Radhakrishnan, head of communications, South Asia Region, Nestlé, India. The jury president for this category is Jarek Ziebinski, president - Asia Pacific, Leo Burnett.

Pratap Bose, chief operating officer, DDB Mudra Group, will be part of the Direct, Promo & Activation jury. Jose Miguel Sokoloff, chairman, Lowe SSP3, president - creative council, Lowe Worldwide and Lowe SSP3, will serve as jury president.

Among jury members for the Media category is Ajit Varghese, managing director, Maxus India. This jury will be presided over by Mike Cooper, worldwide chief executive officer, PHD Global.

Philip Thomas, CEO, Lions Festivals, said, “Forward-thinking, professional, award-winning and passionate, are just some of the words that spring to mind when you look at these juries. It’s a phenomenal group of people who will work together to select the most creative and ground-breaking work in the region deserving to win a coveted Spike award.”

The Spikes Asia Festival of Creativity is result of collaboration between Lions Festivals and Haymarket, publisher of Campaign India and Campaign Asia Pacific. More details on Spikes Asia 2013 are at www.spikes.asia.

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