Senior clients from advertisers including Jaguar Land Rover, Hiscox, Mondelez and Unilever have joined the jury for this year’s M&M Global Awards – with many more yet to be announced.
With the early entry deadline for entries closing at the end of next week (13 May), we are delighted to confirm some of the international marketing and media experts joining the final jury for the M&M Global Award 2016.
Jurors will include Jaguar Land Rover global head of digital marketing Dominic Chambers, Hiscox head of insight and research Charlie Gower, Mondelez APAC associate director, media and consumer engagement Sindhuja Rai, and Unilever senior global director, Knorr masterbrand savoury category, Ukonwa Ojo.
They will be joined by Toyota Europe brand and communications manager Stéphane Rydlewski, Johnson & Johnson EMEA media management lead Katalina Spielmann and Air Arabia head of marketing and corporate communications Housam Raydan.
This year’s M&M Global Awards features the addition of eight new categories to shine a light on the changing international media industry. New categories include Best Multiplatform Campaign, Best Use of an Influencer and Best Creative Use of Technology.
The early entry deadline for the awards is 13 May, with final deadline on 27 May, and awards will be handed out at a gala ceremony at London’s Grosvenor House on 8 September. Click here to enter.
“This year we’re going back to M&M’s roots of awarding multi-market campaigns which have successfully negotiated differences in language, culture or consumer habits, creating the best work in international media,” said C Squared managing director of Awards Danielle Redwood.
“As the only awards that celebrates international media, we’ve also brought a new focus to the subjects that matter – from the rise of the influencer to the combination of mediums to produce winning multi-platform campaigns.
“Our new talent categories around team development and sales are introduced to allow for a more inclusive awards which also give individuals the chance to shine.”