Big Awards selects ten client judges

Campaign has invited ten admired marketers to join individual juries for the inaugural Campaign Big Awards, which will take place in October.

The overall Big Awards chair, Nigel Bogle, the group chairman at Bartle Bogle Hegarty, will oversee a two-stage judging process involving more than 70 jurors.

Each jury will comprise creatives, media and planning experts, and clients. The client judges are Noam Buchalter of Marmite, Dominic Chambers, formerly of Vodafone, Peter Duffy of Audi, Simon Clift of Unilever, Suzanne Douglas of Heinz, Catherine Kehoe of Lloyds TSB, Claire Harrison-Church of Boots, Anthony Newman of Cancer Research UK, David Pemsel of ITV and Phil Rumbol of Cadbury.

Claire Beale, Campaign's editor, said: "This new multi-disciplinary competition will acknowledge big-name clients as well as bring talented newcomers into the debate."

Entries can be now be made across 13 categories. Visit www.campaignbigawards.com for further information.

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