BBDO Guerrero Philippines' ECD Federico Fanti named Red Apple Awards 2018 juror

Federico Fanti.jpgBBDO Guerrero Executive Creative Director Federico Fanti has been selected as a jury member at this year's Red Apple Awards, the most prestigious advertising festival in Russia and East Europe.

This year, the organizers requested all jurors create a short film introducing themselves and their achievements in the industry, and Fanti did just that.
To view Fanti's video, click here.
Fanti (pictured) said, "I wanted to catch the attention of the young advertising talents in a witty way, without taking myself or this job too seriously. Because I believe what drives us to deliver good content is the fun we have while doing it."
The International Advertising Festival Red Apple is Russia's main creative festival that brings together leading professionals in the field of global creative technologies. The competition is open to all creatives, individual and agencies, around the world.

The jury will be led by Alexander Schill, Global Chief Creative Officer of Serviceplan Group Germany. Among those joining Fanti on the jury are Catalin Dobre (Chief Creative Officer, McCann Worldgroup Romania), Rajdeepak Das (Chief Creative Officer, Leo Burnett India), Bill Yom (Global Creative Director, Cheil Worldwide South Korea), and Matias Menendez (Executive Creative Director, Africa Brazil).

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