Campaign India Team
Jan 19, 2022

Warc Awards for Effectiveness 2022: Jitender Dabas, Unmisha Bhatt on jury

Dabas is part of the 'brand purpose' category while Bhatt will judge entries in 'instant impact' category

Jitender Dabas and Unmisha Bhatt
Jitender Dabas and Unmisha Bhatt
The organisers of the Warc Awards for Effectiveness have announced the first three jury panels for the 2022 edition. 
 
The Warc Awards for Effectiveness are in association with the Lions. The awards recognise the best marketing campaigns that deliver business results.
 
Representing India on the jury list are Jitender Dabas, chief strategy officer and chief operations officer, McCann Worldgroup, India, and Unmisha Bhatt, chief strategy officer and director, India and MENA, Tonic Worldwide. Dabas is on the 'brand purpose' jury while Bhatt is judging the 'instant impact' category. 
 
Paul Coxhill, managing director, Warc, said, “To judge and benchmark excellence in marketing effectiveness, we have brought together a phenomenal line-up of industry talent representing some of the world’s biggest brands, agencies and specialists from around the world.”
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Campaign India

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