Staff Reporters
Jun 6, 2019

Ogilvy, TBWA, Havas & Dentsu set to debrief Cannes Lions experiences

The Cannes Insight breakfast briefing will gather 30 executives in Singapore on June 27th, the for a deep-dive into the trends that emerged from the festival this year.

L to R: Ara Hampartsoumian, TBWA\Group; Nicolas Courant, Ogilvy; Valerie Madon, Havas Group; Michael Chadwick, Dentsu
L to R: Ara Hampartsoumian, TBWA\Group; Nicolas Courant, Ogilvy; Valerie Madon, Havas Group; Michael Chadwick, Dentsu

For anyone who can’t make it Cannes Lions 2019, Campaign Asia has the next best thing. In the first of a new series of breakfast briefings, the editorial team and a group of senior creative executives will bring back their insights fresh from this year’s festival.

Taking place in Singapore on June 27th, the Cannes Insight breakfast briefing will gather 30 executives for a deep-dive into the trends that emerged from the festival this year.

Robert Sawatzky, Campaign Asia’s head of content will kick off proceedings with an overview of the top trends he saw coming out of the festival and what they mean for Asia. Warc’s Managing Director Ed Pank will share a rundown on the creative effectiveness winners, giving some initial analysis into the why behind the wins.

To wrap things up, a panel of senior creative leaders will share their experiences from the festival. Nicolas Courant, co-chief creative officer at Ogilvy Singapore (who’s previously taken home a Gold Lion), industry heavyweight Ara Hampartsoumian, CEO at TBWA\Group Singapore, Dentsu’s Michael Chadwick, chief strategy officer APAC (one of this year’s Creative Effectiveness judges) and Valerie Madon, chief creative officer at Havas Group (also a 2019 judge) will take to the floor to tell what it takes to win a Lion.

Since there are only 35 places available for this briefing, book early to secure a place.  Tickets are available for $150.

For tickets click here.

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