Publicis creative chief Nick Law to chair judges at The Drum Advertising Awards 2018

Publicis creative chief Nick Law to chair judges at The Drum Advertising Awards 2018

Publicis’ creative chief, Nick Law is to chair the the inaugural jury for The Drum Advertising Awards.

By showcasing best in class work, The Drum Advertising Awards, the winners of which will be announced in London in November, will aim to support the belief that the industry should have more confidence in the role that it plays in building businesses and contributing to economies all around the world.

This awards ceremony will aim remind the world what the advertising business is based on; the ability to sell smartly and to honor that fact.

As one of the world’s most revered advertising creatives, Law - who joined Publicis earlier this year from R/GA as global chief creative officer and president, of Publicis Communications, is responsible for leading the Groupe’s creative vision. While at R/GA, he was awarded five Cannes Lion Grand Prix, one D&AD black pencil, 20 AICP show entries in MOMA’s permanent collection and an Emmy award.

As chairman of The Drum Advertising Awards jury, Law will be tasked with leading the jury to searching for world-class advertising work that will be highlighted by The Drum globally to build more belief in the industry and the talent working within it.

“In times of rapid change, creatively led businesses have a responsibility to help shape the future. At its best, advertising has been, and will continue to be, at the intersection of business ambition and creative vision” commented Law.

The Drum Advertising Awards 2018 are open for entries globally. The entry deadline is Friday 14 September, download your entry pack now and show the industry the outstanding work you have been producing.

The winner’s ceremony will take place on 29 November at The Postal Museum in London.

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