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Irish Advertising & Marketing Jurors Chosen for Effie Awards Europe

A number of Irish advertising and marketing professionals have been selected as jurors for the 2024 Effie Awards Europe.

Effie Awards Europe, which recognises and showcases the most effective and impactful marketing campaigns in Europe, will have 180 industry professionals from 25 European countries sitting on the different juries.

The Irish jury members include:

  • Bairbre McGlade, Creative Director at TBWA\Ireland.
  • Cara Chambers, Chief Marketing Officer at C&C Group.
  • Ciara O’Meara, Creative Director at VCCP.
  • Eimear Fitzmaurice, Head of Planning at Folk VML.
  • Emer Fitzgerald, Global Strategy Director & Engagement Lead at Droga5 Dublin.
  • Linda O’Connell, Marketing and Communications Manager at Breakthrough Cancer Research.
  • Mark Brennan, Marketing Lead at Allianz Ireland.
  • Niamh Murphy, Head of Planning and Behavioural Science at Forsman & Bodenfors Dublin.
  • Niall Reynolds, Advertising and Marketing Manager UK at Vodafone.
  • Nichola Mullen, Director of Fundraising at Pieta.
  • Nicky Doran, Strategic Consultant
  • Roisin Keown, CEO and Executive Creative Director at The Brill Building.

“We are immensely proud to see such a great representation of Irish talent on the Effie Awards Europe jury,” says Charley Stoney, CEO of IAPI.

“This recognition not only showcases the calibre of our professionals but also reinforces Ireland’s position on the global stage as a hub for creative and strategic excellence. Our jury members bring a wealth of experience and innovative thinking, and we are confident they will make significant contributions to recognising the best in marketing effectiveness. IAPI congratulates these outstanding professionals and looks forward to their contributions to the Effie Awards Europe jury.”

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