IPA Awards: IPA Effectiveness Awards 2009

campaignlive.co.uk, Friday, 13 November 2009 12:00AM

INDUSTRY JUDGES
- Jane Cunningham, founder, Pretty Little Head
- Sarah Bussey, consultant
- Charlie Snow, director of strategy, Delaney Lund Knox Warren &
Partners; deputy convenor of judges
- Andy Nairn, executive planning director, Miles Calcraft Briginshaw
Duffy; convenor of judges
- Louise Wall, founding partner, Off The Wall Consultancy
- Judith Warn Ford, director, Fairbrother Lenz Eley
- Tony Yeshin, consultant, The Thinking Shop
- Jonathan Taylor, chairman, Visionpoint; head of marcoms, London
Metropolitan University
- Douglas McArthur OBE, managing consultant, Planning for Results
- Gurdeep Puri, founding partner, The Effectiveness Partnership
- Jerry Wright, chief executive, Audit Bureau of Circulations
- Joe Yasin, econometrician, The Planning Business
- Andrew Crosthwaite FIPA, founder, Core Values
- Professor Leslie de Chernatony, professor of brand marketing, Aston
Business School
- Chris Forrest, researcher and planner, The Nursery
- Magnus Willis, founding partner, Sparkler

CLIENT JUDGES
- Sophie Castell, former head of marketing, RNIB
- Lord Chadlington, chief executive, Huntsworth; chairman of judges
- Sharon Sawers, head of marketing, strategy and insight, The Home
Office
- Mark White, managing director, Five
- Angus Maciver, group marketing and communications director, Morrisons
- Jennelle Tilling, vice-president of marketing UK and Ireland, KFC,
Yum! Restaurants International
- Andy Nairn, executive planning director, Miles Calcraft Briginshaw
Duffy; convenor of judges
- Charlie Snow, director of strategy, Delaney Lund Knox Warren &
Partners; deputy convenor of judges
- Gerry Murphy, chief executive, The Number
- Duncan George, former sales director, AOL
- Mark Giffin, vice-president of brand strategy and creative
development, Visa Europe
- Malcolm Roughead OBE, marketing director, VisitScotland

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