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Jul 6, 2018

Judges confirmed for AMP Awards 2018

Ahead of the entry deadline for the fifth Agency | Marketer Partnership Awards on 6 August, we share this year's esteemed judging panel.

From L-R: Chum, Goh, Pandey, Lee, Pareek
From L-R: Chum, Goh, Pandey, Lee, Pareek

Now in its fifth year, the Agency | Marketer Partnership Awards have recognised the most outstanding client-agency relationships in the region. The work resulting from these partnerships has delivered sustainable, category-beating ROI and displayed business-enhancing collaboration.

This year, the Awards are proud to share the confirmed judges who will decide on the 2018 winners:

Judge Title Company
Elaine Chum Head of Digital, ASEAN Pacific Philips
Danny Goh Associate Director Brand and Consumer Education Bacardi China
Hui Mei Lee Agency Lead APJ HP Singapore
Rashish Pandey Director, Marketing, Asia-Pacific, Cisco Systems Cisco Systems, Inc.
Vivek Pareek Global Brand Manager, Shell Lubricants Shell Eastern Petroleum (Pte) Ltd

More judges will be announced in the coming weeks. Showcase your exemplary client-agency work through the Agency | Marketer Partnership Awards! Submit your entry here or to download the entry kit, please visit here. The entry deadline for the 2018 awards is 6 August, 6pm, HKT.

 

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