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Announcing the 2019 Tangrams Strategy & Effectiveness Awards

Tangrams Strategy and Effectiveness Awards @ Spikes has today announced the full jury line-up across five award types including Effectiveness, Media Strategy, Digital Strategy, Data & Analytics and e-Commerce.

The stellar line-up of 79 judges from agencies and brands representing over 20 different industry types will review this year's entries and award the most effective campaigns at Asia-Pacific's largest strategy and effectiveness awards.

Joe Pullos, Spikes Asia Festival Director commented, "We have hand-picked this year's jury who we believe to be the highest calibre from across the region who will ensure our rigorous 3-stage judging process recognises only the very best campaigns from Asia-Pacific. This is simply a great opportunity for entrants to have their work judged and recognised by the top marketers and strategists in Asia."

The recent alignment of the Tangrams Strategy & Effectiveness and Spikes Asia awards entry and judging timeline also makes it easier for entrants to work on submissions for a single piece of work once, rather than multiple times throughout the year. A campaign can be judged and awarded simultaneously for both strategy and effectiveness as well as creative excellence at the Spikes Asia Festival of Creativity in September 2019.

The Tangrams Strategy & Effectiveness @ Spikes Awards 2019 winners will be announced and awarded on 26 September at a dedicated award show to celebrate the best campaigns by strategists and planners in Asia-Pacific. Early Bird delegate passes to the Spikes Asia Festival of Creativity which includes entry to the Tangrams Awards are on sale now atwww.spikes.asia



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