New York Festivals Announces First Round of Executive Jury Members
lbbonline.com, 10 months ago
New York Festivals for the World’s Best Advertising announced the first round of prominent creatives appointed to the 2016 Executive Jury.
For the sixth consecutive year, New York Festivals will assemble 30+ most awarded chief creative officers and executive creative directors from the world’s foremost advertising agencies around the globe to serve on the 2016 Executive Jury and select the World’s Best Advertising winners.
“We’re proud to announce the first five members of the 2016 Executive Jury and look forward to their participation,” said Michael O’Rourke, President of New York Festivals. “The caliber of this influential creative group truly sets the bar for this year’s jury. They are respected amongst their peers and their vast experience in recognizing ground-breaking ideas will insure that award-winning entries are truly worthy of being called The World’s Best Advertising.”
The 2016 New York Festivals Executive Jury to date:
Greg Braun, Founder/Owner, Greg Braun Creative Consulting USA
Eugene Cheong, Regional Executive Creative Director, Ogilvy & Mather Asia Pacific Singapore
Lisa Fedyszyn, Associate Creative Director, Droga5 USA
Stefan Kolle, Founder/MD Creation, Kolle Rebbe, Germany
Andrea Stillacci, Co-Founder/President/Executive Creative Director, Herezie France
The 2016 Executive Jury panel will gather together May 15-19th in New York City for four rounds of judging across all mediums and select 2016’s Finalists, First Prize, Second Prize, Third Prize, Grand Award winners, and Best in Show.
Since 2011, entries to New York Festivals International Advertising Awards have been judged by 400+ members of NYF’s Executive and Grand Juries, a brain trust of global creative minds, who collectively cast over 400,000 votes to select the World’s Best Advertising®. The 2016 Executive Jury will utilize NYF’s Matrix Judging System; a patented system insures each entry is scored on its own merits with 50% of the vote based upon its concept / idea, 25% stemming from its brand and market relevance, and 25% pulled from its production execution.
The 2016 New York Show creative panel sessions and networking events will take place on Thursday, May 19th at the NYIT Auditorium, 1871 Broadway, between 61st & 62nd Street. The New York Show gala cocktail party and awards ceremony will be held that evening at world-class performance space, Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P. Rose Hall, Broadway at 60th Street followed by a celebratory after-party to toast the 2016 award-winners.