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Jun 6, 2019

Spikes Asia announces jury presidents for 2019

Thirteen global and APAC leaders will preside over the judging of entries for Spikes Asia, which takes place September 25 through 27 in Singapore.

Spikes Asia has announced the 13 jury presidents who will lead the judging process for its 2019 awards. The awards will be handed out on the final night of the festival, which takes place September 25 through 27 in Singapore. Information on entering and attending Spikes Asia is available on the festival's website.

The jury presidents are:

Brand Experience & Creative eCommerce and Integrated
NICK LAW
Global Chief Creative Officer, Publicis Groupe

Creative Effectiveness
DAVID PORTER
Vice President, Global Media, Unilever AAR (Asia, Africa, Middle East, Turkey & Russia)

Design and Print & Outdoor Craft
YANG YEO
Asia Pacific Co-Chief Creative Officer, Hakuhodo

Digital, Mobile and Digital Craft
SEAMUS HIGGINS
Vice President and Chief Creative Officer, R/GA APAC

Direct
SHEUNG YAN LO (MAYAN)
Chief Creative Officer, APAC & Chairman, Asia Pacific Creative Council, Wunderman Thompson

Entertainment and Music
DEBBI VANDEVEN
Global Chief Creative Officer, VMLY&R

Film, Print & Publishing and Glass
JOSY PAUL
Chairman & Chief Creative Officer, BBDO India

Film Craft
WILF SWEEETLAND
Global CEO & Partner, Sweetshop

Healthcare
PIERRE LOO
Executive Creative Director - Greater China, McCann Health

Innovation
TARA MCKENTY
Creative Lead, Google Brand Studio APAC

Media
ANNA CHITTY
Chief Executive Officer, PHD China

Outdoor and Radio & Audio
MERLEE JAYME
Chairmom & Chief Creative Officer, DENTSU Jayme Syfu

PR
CHRISTINE PARK
Executive Vice President, Head of Brand & Digital, Edelman, South Korea

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