Staff Reporters
Mar 1, 2019

Event Marketing Awards 2019 judges announced

With the awards ceremony approaching on 19 March, we share the list of esteemed judges who have decided on this year's winners.

CEI thanks the 2019 Event Marketing Awards judges for their time and insight.

  • Anna Patterson, Vice President & Managing Director, George P. Johnson (Singapore)
  • Charlotte Yap, Head of Strategic Marketing, Asia, DXC Technology
  • Beatrice Remy, Managing Director, LORE
  • Bert Li, Associate Director of Event Production, Amway
  • David Litteken, Senior Vice President, Asia Pacific, BI Worldwide
  • Emily Wong, Regional Marketing Director, A.S. Watson Group
  • Evonne Lee, Head of Marketing, Corporate & Institutional, Commercial, Private Banking and Sponsorships, Standard Chartered Bank
  • Gregory Crandall, Director of Brand Engagement, Pico+ Hong Kong
  • Mabel Chau, General Manager, Bentley Communications Limited
  • Richa Goswami, Global Head of Content, Creative Excellence & Digital Partnerships and Platforms, Johnson & Johnson Consumer group of companies
  • Samit Mehrotra, CMO & Marketing Director Asia, Hershey Singapore
  • Shirley Lee, SVP, Client Service Director, China, Jack Morton Worldwide
  • Ted Chiu, Vice President, Head of Creative-Mattel Operations Asia & Greater China, Mattel Operations Asia
  • Timothy Glynn, Manager, Experiential Marketing, Infiniti Motor Company
  • Yee Lin Ng, Vice President Greater China-Events, APAX Group

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