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Aug 7, 2013

Spikes Asia announces first jury members

SINGAPORE - The Spikes Asia Festival of Creativity, taking place 15-17 September, has made its first jury announcements.

Spikes Asia announces first jury members

Creative Effectiveness Jury

  • Jury President: Jarek Ziebinski, President Asia Pacific, Leo Burnett Asia Pacific
  • Chandrasekar Radhakrishnan, Head of Communications, South Asia Region,  Nestlé, India 
  • Dick van Motman, Chairman & CEO, Dentsu Network/Asia Regional
  • Keith Smith, International President, TBWA\Group Global 
  • Naomi Troni, CEO Southeast Asia, Havas Worldwide, Global
  • Rupen Desai, Regional President, Asia Pacific, Lowe + Partners
  • Sudeep Gohil, Chief Executive Officer, Droga5, Australia
  • Tim Broadbent, Effectiveness Director, Ogilvy & Mather, Singapore

Digital and Mobile Jury

  • Jury President: Masaru Kitakaze, Executive Creative Director, Corporate Officer, Hakuhodo, Japan
  • Ashadi Hopper, Creative Director, formerly JWT, Australia    
  • Budgette Tan, Deputy Executive Creative Director, MRM Manila, The Philippines
  • Carl Norberg , Global CEO/Founder, Monterosa, Singapore  
  • Eddie Wong, National Executive Creative Director, Draftfcb, China
  • Kiki Chen, Managing Director, Medialand Digital Strategy, Taiwan
  • Mangi Baek, Creative Director, Cheil Worldwide, South Korea
  • Richard (Goz) Gostelow, Regional Executive Creative Director, Digitas/Razorfish, Hong Kong 

Direct and Promo & Activation Jury

  • Jury President: Jose Miguel Sokoloff, Chairman Lowe SSP3, President Creative Council Lowe Worldwide and Lowe SSP3, Global
  • Farid Ganio Tjokrosoeseno, Founder & CEO, AMP Group, Indonesia 
  • Heok Seong Ng, Executive Creative Director, Havas Worldwide, Malaysia
  • Hyun Jong Lee, Chief Creative Director, HS Ad, South Korea 
  • Jason Williams, Executive Creative Director, Leo Burnett Melbourne, Australia
  • Juhi Kalia, Executive Creative Director - Global Teams,  JWT, Singapore
  • Osamu Enari , Chief Creative Officer/Executive Producer, Drill, Japan 
  • Pratap Bose, Chief Operating Officer, DDB Mudra Group, India 

Media Jury

  • Jury President: Mike Cooper, Worldwide Chief Executive Officer, PHD Global 
  • Ajit Varghese, Managing Director, Maxus, India
  • Ernita Ariestanty, Chief Executive Officer, Carat, Indonesia
  • Hak Ik Hwang, Media Director, Cheil Worldwide, South Korea 
  • Malcolm Hanlon, Chief Operating Officer – APAC, ZenithOptimedia Asia Pacific
  • Masashi Ariizumi, Senior Planning Director, ADK, Japan
  • Mat Baxter, Chief Executive Officer, UM, Australia
  • SK Biswas, Chief Strategy Officer – APAC, Havas Media Group Asia Pacific

Commenting on the juries, Philip Thomas, CEO of 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.”

To enter or register to attend Spikes Asia 2013, please visit Delegates can view all the entries and shortlisted entries at Suntec Singapore, venue of the festival. The winners will be revealed on Tuesday 17 September at the Marina Bay Sands theatre and celebrated during the After Party. 


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