Who judged this year's AdNews Agency of the Year Awards?

4 March 2019

AdNews last week wrapped up judging for Agency of the Year Awards, with the input of more than 80 top marketers from Volvo, Westpac, Tourism Australia, Victoria Bitters and more.

Below is a list of the brand marketers who were invited to judge AdNews Agency of the Year Awards 2018. The judges took part across online and live judging.

This year is the first time have delivered a panel of judges solely comprising brand marketers and CMOs. The esteemed panel is chaired by Samsung CMO Josh Grace, who assisted AdNews is delivering a robust format, guaranteeing the best work is recognised at the ceremony on April 5. 

The finalist list for the 2018 awards was also revealed today. For the complete shortlist see HERE.

 

 

Click to expand the judges list

The awards take place on 5 April  in a three-pronged event comprising a Leader's Long Lunch, an exhibition of finalists' work and a party at Sydney’s Centennial Hall, Town Hall.

The 2pm lunch at Town Hall gathers the leaders of the organisations who appear in the finalists lists together, plus guests.

The exhibition of the finalists work will be housed in Centennial Hall throughout lunch and the evening party, showcasing the amazing calibre of work from 2018. The exhibition will also be transported the offices of Platinum sponsor Snapchat for display post the event. 

At 6.00pm, doors will open to the entire industry and we will hand out four very special awards: Emerging Leader of the Year; AdNews Hall of Fame; Employer of the Year and of course, AdNews Agency of the Year.

Tickets for the evening event cost $139 + GST. They can be purchased here.

A big thanks also to Platinum sponsor Snapchat, gold sponsor GOAT, silver sponsors Val Morgan, Outbrain and Lendlease and our bronze sponsors Commtract, Blue Star Web, Adstream and Wink Models.

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