HAMBURG, GERMANY: The remaining jury members have been named for Eurobest 2010, one of Europe's principal creative advertising and communications festivals honouring and celebrating European creative excellence across all major disciplines.
This year there will be eight juries judging 14 categories, including the new PR and Mobile competitions.
The appointed judges, all talented professionals in their respective countries, will meet in Hamburg, this year's host city, to judge, deliberate and award Europe's best work.
Eugene Bay, chairman, VBAT, The Netherlands - jury president
Gerd Schulte Doeinghaus, executive creative director, Ogilvy/Vienna, Austria
Gordon Cesareo, creative director, DesignBoard, Belgium
Morten Brudholm, strategic director & managing partner, Make®, Denmark
Paul Groves, creative director, W & CIE, France
Heinrich Paravicini, chief creative officer, Mutabor, Germany
Ana Margarida Cunha, Creative Director, BBDO, Portugal
Grigory Gatenjay, head of art, Znamenka Creative Agency, Russia
Ulf Berlin, chief executive officer & brand director, Silver, Sweden
Domenic Lippa, partner, Pentagram Design, United Kingdom
Filip Nilsson, executive creative director, Forsman & Bodenfors, Sweden - jury president
Arno Lindemann, chief creative officer, Lukas Lindemann Rosinski, Germany
Jelle Oortman Gerlings, director, Bloodsimple, The Netherlands
Asiya Malinowska, creative director and partner, Brain, Poland
Axel Eckstein, creative director, Euro RSCG Zurich, Switzerland
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