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ABBY Awards 2017 shortlists to be available for review

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ABBY Awards 2017 shortlists to be available for review

The iconic and pioneering creative awards, ABBY Awards 2017, have set another benchmark in transparency and efficacy. After receiving the highest ever number of creative entries, the first round of the prestigious Abby Awards judging is presently on at multiple locations. The shortlists selected by the esteemed jury panels will progressively be uploaded on

Speaking about the shortlist being available for review, Raj Nayak, President of The Advertising Club, said, “ABBYs are the most prestigious national award for excellence in communication. We have left no stone unturned to make our judging process transparent and responsive. Uploading the shortlist entries for feedback is a step towards facilitating greater transparency and inclusiveness.”

Any further comments about what could be inspired work etc., could be sent within five days of the shortlist appearing, along with supporting documents, to the Advertising Club (, marked to the Chairman, Awards Governing Council. No correspondence would be entertained after that. Only correspondence submitted with an original name and email ID would be accepted. After audit screening, the feedback received could be put up before the jury in the second round of judging.

ABBY Awards 2017 will be held at the Goafest 2017, on April 6-7-8. The awards adjudged by a renowned jury panel will see inspiring campaigns brought alive in the period between January 1, 2016 and January 31, 2017 being celebrated by the entire fraternity.


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