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Bombay Ad Club announces May 31 as entry deadline for EMVIES

30-May-2007
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Bombay Ad Club announces May 31 as entry deadline for EMVIES

The annual EMVIES buzz in the media agencies is back with the Bombay Advertising Club scheduling the event for June 29, 2007. While this is the day of the gala night, the final round of judging will be on June 19 and 20, 2007. The Ad Club has announced May 31 as the final date for submitting the entries.

The preliminary judging round will take place on June 12, 2007. In the subsequent stage, when the entries are short-listed, there would be a case study presentation, which comprises the second round of judging. The case study presentations this year is spread over two days and would be held at the Welingkar Institute in Mumbai.

Bipin Pandit, GM, Ad Club informed, “There also would be an international speaker on June 20, 2007 to address the media fraternity.”

The categories this year include media research, media planning, innovation, print and cinema, OOH, as well as the digital and creative mediums, among others. Following the case study presentations, the winners will be declared on the gala night.

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