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2 Indian PR Leaders on the Judging Panel of Asia-Pacific SABRE Awards


 MSL India’s Jaideep Shergill & Adfactors PR’s Madan Bahal on the judging panel of this year’s Asia-Pacific SABRE Awards

The Holmes Report is now accepting entries for our 2013 Asia-Pacific SABRE Awards competition, which recognizes Superior Achievement in Branding and Reputation.

Judges for this year’s competition include representatives from major multinational PR firms, such as Edelman’s regional CEO David Brain, Ogilvy’s Marion McDonald, and MSL India’s Jaideep Shergill; independent PR firm leaders Madan Bahal from Adfactors, James Brasher from Rice Communications, and Helen Wu Thomas from Blue Focus; and clients including Jennifer Wu of Wrigley, Stephen Thomas from AIA Group, and Susanna Hui of Prudential.

“The quantity and quality of entries from the Asia-Pacific region have been improving steadily in recent years, reflecting the industry’s rapid growth and increasing central role in both marketing and corporate communications,” says Paul Holmes, editor of The Holmes Report and chairman of the SABRE judges. “In areas such as corporate responsibility, digital and social media, and content creation, some of the best work in the world comes out of this part of the world.

The deadline for entries is Friday July 26. However, late entries will be accepted until Friday August 9 (must be accompanied by a late fee).

Entry forms can be found here.

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