THE JUDGES Chairman: Lord Sheppard, Chairman, LondonFirst


Chairman: Lord Sheppard, Chairman, LondonFirst

Convenor: Gary Duckworth, Chairman, Duckworth Finn Grubb Waters

Howard Barratt, Partner, Arthur Anderson

Emily Bell, Media editor, The Observer

Stewart Butterfield, Sales and marketing director, Channel 4

Nick Kendall, Group planning director, Bartle Bogle Hegarty

Seamus McBride, Marketing director, Bass Brewers

David McNair, Chairman, ISBA Executive

Charlotte Pinder, Management consultant

Terry Prue, Senior partner, HPI Research Group

Professor Mark Uncles, Professor of Marketing, Bradford University

Rosi Ware, Managing director, Millward Brown

Janet Hull, Consultant director of advertising effectiveness, IPA


Chairman: Hamish Pringle, CME KHBB, K Advertising

Graham Bednash, Michaelides & Bednash

James Best, BMP DDB

Gary Duckworth, Duckworth Finn Grubb Waters

Paul Feldwick, BMP DDB

Peter Field, Grey Advertising

Steve Gatfield, Leo Burnett

Nick Kendall, Bartle Bogle Hegarty

Simon Marquis, Marketing

Mark Robinson, Publicis

Stephen Woodford, WCRS

Tessa Gooding, IPA

Janet Hull, IPA

Nick Phillips, IPA

SPONSORS of the 1996 advertsing effectiveness awards


Bartle Bogle Hegarty


Channel 4

ITV Network Centre

J Walter Thompson

KPMG Peat Marwick

Leo Burnett

Maiden Outdoor

Marketing Forum

Millward Brown

Mirror Group Newspapers

Taylor Nelson AGB

Winning entries for the 1996 IPA Advertising Effectiveness Awards can be

read in full in Advertising Works 9, to be published in March 1997.

All 500 award entries since 1980 are now available on the computerised

IPA Data Bank.

The Index of the Data Bank is also available on the IPA Internet site and on floppy disc from the IPA information centre.

For more information contact the Institute of Practitioners in

Advertising, 44 Belgrave Square, London, SW1X 8QS. Tel 0171 235 7020,

fax 245 9904


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