Tag Archives: Cannes

At least 8 reasons to celebrate Cannes 2018.

The 2018 Cannes Advertising festival, reporting a lesser number of entries and higher networking attendance is over. The powerful statements made by the speakers and the knowledge shared over drinks is slowly starting losing its impact. The social media post of short-term legal immigrants to Nice are becoming sporadic and slowly getting buried in the digital history.… Read More »

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Do Call-for-Entry campaigns reflect reality?

The call-for-entry campaigns may not be reflecting the true picture. In fact, awards will be better served if they concentrate on few other things to maximise differentiation, relevance and impact. The rising cost of entry, the controversies surrounding awards and the perceived value is forcing many agencies to evaluate their options of awards to enter… Read More »

Why nuance and focus are key to Cannes creative success by BEN ESSEN faetured at WARC

Tweet    Follow @s_kotnala This post is by Ben Essen, head of planning at iris. This was first published at WARC site http://goo.gl/vMkKn3 I have taken this up and pasted here with all rights and content remaining with WARC. Question. What percentage of Volvo drivers are regular cyclists? What fraction of Always $3.4 billion worldwide sales are made… Read More »

NEED LAST DATE TO WITHDRAW ENTRIES

Tweet   Follow @s_kotnala An agency withdrawing an award entry is neither something new nor a regular occurrence. There can be many reasons for it including the official one. But one has every reason to believe that the right reason normally remains uncovered. At AdFest 2015 last week, JWT India withdrew its entry of Nutribic Biscuits… Read More »