The One Show 2021 names five judges from India A & M industry

The One Show 2021

Swati Bhattacharya, Raj Kamble, Lyndon Louis, Senthil Kumar & Geet Rathi have been named by The One Club for Creativity as five top creatives from India who will serve as judges for The One Show 2021.

More than 250 top creatives from 42 countries will judge work from around the world.  The jurors from India and their judging discipline are:

  • Swati Bhattacharya, CCO, FCB Ulka, Gurgaon (Film)
  • Raj Kamble, founder/CCO, Famous Innovations, Mumbai (Creative Use of Data)
  • Lyndon Louis, ECD, Brandcare Medical Advertising & Consultancy, Thane (Health Wellness & Pharma)
  • Senthil Kumar, CCO, WundermanThompson India, Bangalore (Integrated & Experiential/Immersive)
  • Geet Rahti, CD, TBWA\Mumbai (Direct Marketing)

The complete list of the global jury for The One Show 2021 juries can be viewed here.  To ensure the safety of jurors during the continued pandemic, all judging will be conducted online for the second year in a row.

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“The quality of jurors has long been a hallmark of The One Show”, said Kevin Swanepoel, CEO, The One Club.  “These esteemed judges from India are among the industry’s top creative thinkers and doers, and they will judge work through the lens of creativity of ideas and of quality execution.”

Notable changes have been made to help agencies and brands who continue to be affected by the global pandemic, including extended deadlines, and new categories and disciplines that reflect the way the industry now works.

Entries can be submitted now, with fees increasing after each deadline period. The regular deadline March 12, 2021, the extended deadline is March 19, 2021, and the final deadline on March 26, 2021. 

Unlike for-profit awards shows such as Cannes and others, The One Club is a non-profit organization that puts revenue generated from awards entries back into the industry to fund programs under its four pillars: Diversity & Inclusion, Education, Gender Equality, and Professional Development.  

These programs include the annual Where Are All The Black People diversity conference and career fair, ONE School free portfolio program for Black creatives, Creative Boot Camps for diverse college students, Right the Ratio Summits addressing gender equality, 2nd Skill to train traditional creatives on UX, UI and content strategy to upskill and future-proof them for the second creative career, Global Educators Summits, Creative Leaders Retreats, mentorship programs for more than 200 young creatives each year, bi-annual Saturday Career Workshops for high school students, and more.



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