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Bolaji Alausa Makes New York Festival Jury

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ABolaji Alausa
Bolaji Alausa, Executive Creative Director, Noah’s Ark.

Executive Creative Director of one of Nigeria’s fastest growing creative powerhouses, Noah’s Ark, Abolaji Alausa, has been named in the jury for this year’s International Advertising Awards at the prestigious New York Festival.

For the seventh consecutive year, entries into New York Festivals Advertising Awards will be judged by 24+ of the most awarded creative leaders from around the globe. The Executive Jury will review the shortlisted entries selected by New York Festivals online Grand Jury.

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Speaking on the selection of the jury for this year, President of New York Festivals Advertising Awards, Michael O’Rourke has this to say: “Outside of the obvious set of credentials that each jury member brings to the table, we look for that trust factor. Entrusting this accomplished group of colleagues with the shortlist means that entrants are secure in knowing that their work is seen with open eyes and held in the utmost regard, viewed not as an entry, but as a collective effort of many, aiming to create something unique, heartfelt, and memorable.”

New York Festivals International Advertising Awards honours advertising excellence through 19 competitions in all media from 80+ countries and represent the full spectrum of today’s advertising communications: Activation/Engagement, Avant-Garde/Innovation, Branded Entertainment, Creative Marketing Effectiveness, Design, Digital, Direct & Collateral, Film & Film Craft, Integrated Media Campaign, Media, Mobile, Outdoor /Out of Home, Package & Product Design, Print, Public & Media Relations, Public Service Announcements, Audio, and Student.

The annual New York Show awards ceremony and gala will be held on 18th of May this year at the renowned Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P. Rose Hall in New York City.

 

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