Eurobest, the European Festival of Creativity, has announced the 10 jury presidents who will meet in Helsinki this December to award the greatest creative communications in Europe.
“This year’s jury presidents are a dynamic mix of hugely talented individuals. They will set precedents in creative communications across the region and we’re delighted to have them working with us as we embark on a journey of discovery to find new talent, breakthrough ideas and ground-breaking creativity,” said Philip Thomas, CEO, Lions Festivals.
The lineup consists of Rob Reilly, global creative chairman, McCann Worldgroup, Global, who will serve as film, print and print & poster craft jury president, as well as integrated jury president; Anna Qvennerstedt, creative sr. partner/chairman of the board, Forsman & Bodenfors, Sweden, who will be digital and mobile jury president; Ami Dror, managing partner, Zaitoun Ventures, Israel, who has been named innovation jury president; Ami Hasan, chairman, hasan & partners, Finland, who has been appointed direct and promo & activation jury president; Bruno Stucchi, owner/strategic and design director, Dinamomilano, Italy, who is design jury president; Chantal Rickards, head of programming & branded content, MEC, EMEA who will serve as branded content & entertainment jury president; Kelly Walsh, chief strategy officer, MSL Group, who is PR jury president; Laura Gregory, founder/CEO, Great Guns, UK, who will serve as film craft jury president; Mark Holden, worldwide strategy & planning director, PHD, Global, who’s been named media jury president; and Remi Babinet, global chairman and creative director, BETC, France, who is outdoor and radio jury president.
Eurobest takes place December 1-3 and will see three days of interactive content themed to invigorate and inspire attendees. The awards, which run alongside the Festival, allow Europe to pitch their creativity against one another, as the stand-out work is decided on and awarded by some of the greatest creative minds in the business.