Staff Reporters
Jun 26, 2018

Tangrams announces jury president change

Ruth Stubbs of iProspect steps in to replace Erica Kerner of Tiffany & Co. at the head of the Digital Strategy jury.

Ruth Stubbs
Ruth Stubbs

Tangrams, APAC’s largest regional effectiveness and strategy awards, announced that Ruth Stubbs, global president  of iProspect, will step in to replace Erica Kerner, APAC VP of marketing and communications for Tiffany&Co., as the Jury President for its Digital Strategy category.

“Due to a clash with travel, Erica has had to step down from her appointment as Tangrams Jury President for the Digital Strategy jury," said Joe Pullos, Spikes Asia Festivals Director. "Whilst we are obviously disappointed, Ruth has very fortunately been able to step in and agree to commit her time and expertise in the Digital Strategy stream.”

Stubbs commented that the disruption in the industry is beginning to produce world-class innovation from this region. "I am very happy and proud to be overseeing such a dynamic portfolio of work among a team of dedicated, esteemed experts," she said. "Can’t wait for the next wave of transformation. Perhaps it will come from our shortlist.”

The Tangrams shortlist has been revealed. The Tangrams Effectiveness @ Spikes 2018 winners will be announced and presented with their trophies on September 26. For more information, please see www.spikes.asia.

The Tangrams (formerly Asian Marketing Effectiveness and Strategy Awards) and Spikes Asia are both collaborations between Ascential Events (Europe) and Haymarket Media Group (the publisher of Campaign Asia-Pacific).

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