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Mirrored Media Experiential Agency CEO Justin Lefkovitch: “Speak with Passion About Your Vision”

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By Shannah Henderson -November 6, 2019

When it comes to marketing products and services, engaging, firsthand experiences should be at the top of your company’s promotional strategy. Allowing consumers to test out and truly experience what your brand is about is so important, as it can lead to word-of-mouth buzz and a greater following of loyal fans and new customers. Mirrored Media is one experiential agency that has reshaped how brands interact with consumers.

With a robust client portfolio that includes BMW, NBCUniversal, and Mattel, Mirrored Media is a top-notch, experiential agency that creates high-impact, enduring lifestyle campaigns specializing in music and entertainment. Mirrored Media helps brands reach their target markets through authentic, buzzworthy and memorable experiences. Home Business Magazine recently connected with Mirrored Media CEO Justin Lefkovitch, who was happy to share insight on his business journey, his top tips for entrepreneurs, and more.”

HBM: Tell us about the Mirrored Media brand. What sets it apart from other experiential agencies within the market?

Lefkovitch: “Mirrored Media is a full-service experiential marketing firm that creates high-impact, enduring lifestyle campaigns specializing in music and entertainment. We stand apart from the competition through the emphasis of creating authentic, immersive, memorable experiences. By bridging the gap between music, technology, influencers, art, automotive, and fashion, Mirrored Media has curated some of the most successful and influential experiential activations and campaigns.

What makes us unique is our specialized creative and client approach. We have award-winning creative that has helped to change the way brands reach and engage with their consumers. We are a one-stop shop with all in-house capabilities, from ideation through execution, including: rendering, creative, fabrication, staging, lighting, sound, permitting and so much more.

In order to ensure complete continuity in both communication and our work product, our clients have the same producer from beginning to end. That producer is well-versed in each element of the production to ensure the creative vision isn’t lost as it moves from pre-sale, to fabrication, to on-site execution. Every client experiences transformational results.”

HBM: How did the idea for Mirrored Media come about? What was the inspiration behind the company?

Lefkovitch: “As a teenager in Los Angeles, I was an acclaimed touring magician and a regularly featured performer at the world-famous Magic Castle alongside some of the industry’s biggest names. Soon after, while attending Pepperdine University, I began to manage a well-known singer and songwriter, giving me more exposure and expertise in the world of music and entertainment.

During this time, I often saw firsthand the inherent issues that were present when brands were attempting to market with talent. It was during this paradigm shift in marketing and music, that I wrote a business plan and submitted it to the school’s Graziadio Business Plan Competition. After emerging as a finalist, I soon realized that I had a viable business model. Also around that time, I met Steve Kofsky and world-renowned film composer, Hans Zimmer. Kofsky and Zimmer believed in me and my vision and invited me to join them at their Santa Monica campus.”

HBM: What has been your biggest achievement thus far?

Lefkovitch: “The Road to Coachella is a yearly campaign with BMW that has garnered us over four-dozen industry awards and accolades to-date. The ongoing campaign allows us to create innovative ways to reach Coachella-goers and fans worldwide, where we are met with new challenges every year to keep it fresh and unique.

After conceiving the inaugural namesake in 2017 that sought to create an organic relationship between Coachella, a performing artist, and festival partner BMW i, Mirrored Media expanded that narrative in 2018 and shattered expectations in 2019 with a robust creative strategy targeting Coachella-goers and millennials. The annual campaign has featured artists such as Hans Zimmer, Marshmello, Portugal The Man, and Khalid. Khalid, our 2019 artist partner, catapulted to global superstardom in the midst of our April 2019 campaign. This year’s initiative reached over a billion people through social media, press, and marketing efforts.

This campaign took a localized festival sponsorship, and has created a value proposition for BMW and our artist partners, utilizing the Road to Coachella campaign to create long-term, mutually beneficial relationships. The legacy of the campaign has continued with BMW sponsoring Khalid’s Free Spirit tour and working with Hans Zimmer to design the sound of the brand’s newest electric vehicle.”

HBM: What has been your biggest challenge you’ve overcome?

Lefkovitch: “I realized that as a startup company, especially in an unestablished marketplace, I would always be trading sales for some uncertainty because the clients betting on us, often had risk associated with them. I learned to be very thorough and specific with my payment structures, and I learned to anticipate and even plan for the associated risks.

As a new entrepreneur, especially when dealing with larger clients, you expect to be paid based on a reasonable payment structure. Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. Whether through extended payment terms or accounting for late payments, you need to consider realistic cash flow expectations.”

HBM: What is your biggest tip for other aspiring entrepreneurs within the experiential and events-driven industries?

Lefkovitch: “The best advice I could give is to get out of your comfort zone and accept any opportunity to get out and meet people while expanding your professional circle. The goal is to build a network of people that you admire and trust and would want to work with both personally and professionally, even if there is no specific job at the moment. Become actual friends and figure out how you can be beneficial to them without expecting an immediate return.

Speak with passion about your vision and the company you are creating because when it comes down to it, people are buying into you, not just the product. People want to get behind something they believe in. When your passion shines through, it excites people. I always aim to seek out mutually symbiotic partnerships and empower people to help me along my way. I would not be where I am today if it weren’t for these people who believed in my vision and were excited to be a part of it.”Contact: shannahch@gmail.com

Forbes: Film Composer Hans Zimmer Gives BMW Electric Cars A Noteworthy Voice

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Inside the production studio where Oscar winner Hans Zimmer composes music
Hans Zimmer’s music studio in Santa Monica, CA
PHOTO BY DAVID BLOOM

David Bloom, Senior Contributor Forbes

Oscar-winning film composer Hans Zimmer (The Lion King), has a new side gig, curating the sounds of otherwise virtually silent electric vehicles made by his hometown automaker, BMW.

On the eve of the Los Angeles Auto Show’s opening (and of the announcement of Zimmer’s latest Grammy nomination, his 18th), BMW hauled a busload of mostly German journalists to Zimmer’s sprawling music-production compound tucked amid low-rise office buildings a mile east of downtown Santa Monica. There, Zimmer and BMW executives unveiled the initial results of a previously announced collaboration designed to give voice to cars that make virtually no sound.

Hans Zimmer with background TV image of BMW car
Oscar-winning film composer Hans Zimmer in his studio complex PHOTO BY DAVID BLOOM

“It’s the electric engine which is not delivering any sound at all,” said Jens Thiemer, Head of BMW Brand Management. “This is more and more going to be the way in the next decades. We had to think about what holistic sound experiences can we provide our drivers?”

As part of that future, Zimmer will have an ongoing role creating audio for BMW electric vehicles, starting with a sound that signals the start and stop of the cars. It will be part of next year’s BMW electric fleet.Today In: Business

On start, the sound swells from a single note into a full chord. And when the car is turned off, the sound is reversed, going from a chord to a single note.

Zimmer– who still has an apartment in Munich with a view of the BMW headquarters – said his work on the project was initially informed by the feeling of safety and security he had when he could pick out the sound of his mother’s returning car among the city’s street noise.

He also kept thinking what the world sounded like before the internal-combustion engine took over seemingly everything, but especially our auditory landscape.

“What did the world sound like before the internal-combustion engine,” Zimmer said. “Silence is an expensive commodity now. But we could make (the driving experience) more beautiful. There’s no limit to the sounds we could make” without engine sounds overwhelming everything.

The project taps into the same spirit of customization that led people to create their own cellphone ring-tones. As well, there’s a billion-dollar aftermarket for products that aficionados use to trick out even modest vehicles with internal and external running lights, high-end sound systems, custom paint jobs, and much else.

More recently, BMW competitor Daimler-Benz rolled out an entry-level sedan, the A 220, designed to appeal to a new market segment of tech-savvy younger buyers. Among the options is the ability to customize interior running lights with numerous colors or color combinations. It’s a small thing, but ridiculously pleasing for those who like to make a car more truly an expression of their personality.

And so, no doubt, will be the case for audio in the near-perfect listening conditions possible in a well-made electric vehicle. Though Zimmer and Renzo Vitale, who heads BMW’s music project, were circumspect about what additional sound creation the composer might do in his ongoing role, Zimmer several times mentioned that he already had numerous ideas for more work.

Composer Hans Zimmer and BMW executive Renzo Vitale
Hans Zimmer (l.) and BMW composer Renzo Vitale announcing Zimmer’s new role with the car companyPHOTO BY DAVID BLOOM

“The start-stop sound is a good first thing to be working on,” Vitale said. ‘Maybe it shows us a new way. More is to be revealed.”

Zimmer originally was commissioned to create a distinctive driving sound for a concept car, the Vision M Next, that BMW unveiled earlier this year.

That audio was built around what’s known in music circles as a Shepard tone, an audio effect that enlists a chord of tones separated by an octave each that shift in pitch and volume, said Vitale. It was designed to provide something of the visceral auditory thrill that a sports car’s revving engine can deliver to enthusiast drivers.

The Shepard tone tricks the ear into believing the sound is perpetually swelling in volume as different tones rise and fall within the overall chord. Zimmer said he used the effect in his Oscar-nominated soundtrack for Christopher Nolan’s Inception among other work.

The sounds also are built around unexpected inspirations, taken from notable visual artists.

For instance, Vitale said the road sound for the concept car – designed to unfurl through four “rooms” of emotional response as a driver accelerated from 0 to 200 kilometers per hour (about 122 mph) – connects to the work of prominent Southern California artist James Turrell, a former MacArthur Fellow noted for his work with the Light and Space movement and Arizona’s Roden Crater naked-eye observatory.

In similar fashion, the start-stop sound was fueled by a sculptural piece from Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson that unfurls and furls through a cycle, Zimmer said.

More generally, Zimmer took a filmic, narrative approach, perhaps unsurprising given his body of work creating music for dozens of films, TV shows and video games, including Pirates of the Caribbean, Dunkirk, Gladiator, and The Dark Knight trilogy. He racked up another Grammy nomination today, for best score soundtrack for visual media, for this year’s live-action version of The Lion King.

“Every story is a journey,” Zimmer said. ‘The character starts somewhere and ends somewhere else. I thought how great it would be if the car would greet you. The on-off sound could be a delicious Beatles chord that makes you smile.”

It’s not the first time Zimmer has worked with BMW on projects. Three years ago, he was the first musician to work with BMW on a project tied to Coachella, the massive music festival held every spring in the desert three hours’ drive east of Los Angeles.

That first Road to Coachella project featured behind-the-scenes video of Zimmer preparing for his live performance, organizing the 100-person backing orchestra he brought along. The automaker since has partnered with Portugal. The Man and this year with Khalid, who today was nominated for a Record of the Year Grammy.

And BMW has been doing entertainment-connected projects for many years, beginning with the commissioning of Ridley Scott and other notable directors two decades ago to create short films featuring the vehicles.Follow me on Twitter or LinkedIn. Check out my website.

Read the entire article HERE at Forbes.com

Chief Marketer Unveils 2020 Chief Marketer 200: Exclusive List of Top 200 Brand Engagement and Experience Agencies Serving the U.S.

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Norwalk, CT, November 26, 2019 – Chief Marketer, a leading publisher of content, recognition programs and training events for Fortune 1000 marketers, today unveiled the 2020 Chief Marketer 200. It is the world’s only editorial listing of best-in-class brand engagement and activation agencies.

The CM200 features editorial listings and coverage of agencies spanning 11 categories, including Experiential, Sports & Entertainment, Promotion, Retail/Shopper, Digital/Content, Social Media, Design and Innovation, B2B Demand Gen, B2B Brand Engagement Marketing, B2B Experiential Marketing and Martech. Editorial profiles include details on core capabilities and specializations, examples of outstanding work, insights on culture and people, client examples and RFP contact information.

“Many of the marketing disciplines that were once considered ‘below the line’ have come into their own and become some of the most powerful marketing tools in the marketing mix,” says Jessica Heasley, Group Editor & Publisher at Chief Marketer. “We created the CM200 three years ago to shine a spotlight on this vibrant and fast-growing agency community, and to help modern marketers find the partners that will help them craft the kind of campaigns that modern consumers demand.”

Chief Marketer’s editors accepted applications from across the country for the CM200 earlier this fall. Winners were selected based on several criteria including: insightful client testimonials; outstanding case study submissions; high caliber, consistent work across programs and clients; innovative and creative executions; and bold and inspiring concepts and ideas that are moving the industry forward. The 200 agencies selected for this year’s program are thought leaders in their craft and representative of the best of the marketing industry.


ABOUT CHIEF MARKETER
Global online content portal Chief Marketer, an Access Intelligence brand, arms aspiring CMOs with the tools, insights, data and training they need to master the “next frontier of marketing”—an age of marketing much less dependent on advertising and much more focused on the rest of the branding toolkit. CM has more than 150,000 readers who rely on its content and live events to help them cut through the noise and find the solutions necessary to optimize their performance. From digital, direct and content marketing, to social, experiential, promotion and more, our weekly newsletters and daily website content covers it all. In addition to the CM200, Chief Marketer also produces the PRO Awards, and recognition programs including Masters of Martech and Future CMOs. Learn more at chiefmarketer.com.

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Access Intelligence is a privately held B2B media and information company headquartered in Rockville, MD, serving the marketing, media, PR, cable, healthcare management, defense, energy, engineering, satellite and aviation markets. Leading brands include Ad Exchanger, AdMonsters, Chemical Engineering, Cynopsis, Cablefax, Chief Marketer, Defense Daily, Event Marketer, Folio:, LeadsCon, POWER and Via Satellite. Market-leading conferences and trade shows include LeadsCon, AdMonsters OPS and Publisher Summits, The Folio: Show, Experiential Marketing Summit, Global Connected Aircraft Summit, SATELLITE 2019, OR Manager Conference, LDC Gas Forums, Clean Gulf, Connected Plant Conference and ELECTRIC POWER Conference & Exhibition. For more information, visit accessintel.com.

“Christmas at The Grove” Celebrates the Start of the Holiday Season with Star-Studded Tree Lighting

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November 17, 2019 (Los Angeles, Calif.) – Tonight, The Grove celebrated the magic of Christmas with its annual tree lighting spectacular: “Christmas at The Grove.” The award-winning retail, dining and lifestyle destination transformed into a magical winter wonderland as host and performer Leslie Odom Jr. entertained more than 32,000 Angelenos with a lively show featuring an appearance from Ashley Tisdale and performances by Aloe Blacc, Tori Kelly, The Tenors and Isaac Slade of The Fray. Presented by CITI, the highly-anticipated event was enjoyed by Kate Beckinsale, Kate Mara, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, Caruso Founder and CEO, Rick J. Caruso and more.

The evening’s festivities were opened by Ashley Tisdale followed by a rousing rendition of the National Anthem sung by 8-year old singer and actress Malea Emma. Following opening remarks by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Councilman David Ryu, the show kicked off with a heartfelt performance of “Cold” by Leslie Odom Jr. He dazzled the audience with other fan favorites “I’ll Be Home For Christmas” and “Go Crazy” throughout the show. The star-studded acts continued with The Tenors taking the stage for a trio of seasonal hits including “O Holy Night,” “When We Are Together,” and “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town.”

Tori Kelly followed with her gospel-pop hit “Never Alone” and a soulful rendition of “Hallelujah.” The show then continued with Aloe Blacc’s anthemic best-sellers “Wake Me Up” and “I’m the Man.” Isaac Slade of The Fray wowed attendees with his chart-toppers “How to Save a Life” and “Over My Head,” before rounding out the evening’s performances with the holiday classic “Silent Night.” 

The show-stopping finale featured Santa Claus’ grand arrival at The Grove, spectacular fireworks, the season’s first snowfall and the lighting of the over 100-foot-tall Christmas Tree. Standing taller than the tree at Rockefeller Center, the majestic white fir from Mt. Shasta will glow with 15,000 sparkling lights and more than 10,000 glittering ornaments throughout the holiday season. 

Mirrored Media produced this show for the second year, bringing together an impressive line up of performers to entertain the community and kick-off the holiday season.

The Americana at Brand Annual Christmas Show Kicks Off the Holiday Season with a Touch of Magic

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November 14, 2019 (Glendale, Calif.) – The Americana at Brand celebrated the beginning of the festive season with its annual Christmas tree lighting event hosted by Ava Michelle of Netflix’s Tall Girl. The dazzling show, which featured performances from Joseph Tran of The Magic Castle, Ella Rossi and the West Angeles Choir, was enjoyed by Leighton Meester, Jenna Dewan, Steve Kazee, Glendale Mayor Ara Najarian, and Caruso Founder & CEO Rick Caruso

The evening began with a rousing rendition of the Star Spangled Banner sung by The Americana’s own Claudia Douge. Ava Michelle then kicked off the show, bringing to life the whimsical world of the Nutcracker, as Clara and the Sugarplum Fairy worked together to save Christmas.  Reveling in the show were young children from Para Los Ninos – an organization headquartered on Skid Row in Downtown Los Angeles serving thousands of children and families living in poverty with educational access, health care, and social services.

Nearly 20,000 Angelenos gathered for the show-stopping finale which featured Santa Claus’ grand arrival at The Americana at Brand, spectacular fireworks, the season’s first snowfall, and the lighting of the dazzling Christmas Tree: a majestic white fir standing at over 100 feet tall, taller than the tree at Rockefeller Center, and sparkling with 15,000 lights and more than 10,000 glittering ornaments.

This year, Mirrored Media created a new take on a classic Christmas tale to wow and entertain the audience at The Americana at Brand. The show featured a variety of acts, including magic, dance, and singing, as well as a special surprise appearance by Santa Claus.

CNN Courageous: The Joy of What’s Next

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The Brand Studio at CNN: The Joy Of What’s Next

In this documentary series, award-winning correspondent Mariana Van Zeller takes a close look at the people and personalities at the forefront of innovation.

How do you describe the sound of something that doesn’t exist? Mariana meets with BMW sound designer Renzo Vitale and composer Hans Zimmer to discover the audio palette of BMW’s Vision M NEXT car.

Watch the joy of whats next: Episode 1 The Sound of What’s Next HERE.

Press Release: PR Daily Announces Content Marketing Awards Winners

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MIRRORED MEDIA WINS PRESTIGIOUS PR DAILY CONTENT MARKETING AWARD FOR BMW i ROAD TO COACHELLA

SANTA MONICA, CA — Mirrored Media was recently named a winner of PR Daily’s 2019 Content Marketing Awards in the MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT category for its ROAD TO COACHELLA 2019.

Ragan Communications and PR Daily run 11 awards programs each year, including the prestigious Digital PR and Social Media Awards, PR Daily Awards, Employee Communications Awards and Video and Visual Awards. Judged by globally regarded experts and featuring multiple categories, these programs honor the top work in communications, PR, marketing and media. 

PR Daily’s Content Marketing Awards celebrates teams, organizations and consultants who have redefined the field with their groundbreaking work. As a winner in the program, Mirrored Media joins an elite group of past winners, including Turbo Tax, Microsoft News Center, Aflac, Blavity, Tijuana Flats, the National Fire Protection Association and Yazaki North America.

Additionally, Mirrored Media was chosen from a wide pool of entries to receive an honorable mention in the Brand Awareness and Influencer Content Markerting categories for the impact of its 2019 Road to Coachella campaign.

For a third consecutive year, the BMW i #RoadtoCoachella campaign blended music, design, technology, sustainable mobility and the journey that fans and artists take to get to Coachella. In previous years, the brand, along with its partner Mirrored Media, turned to artists including Hans Zimmer, Marshmello and John Gourley of Portugal. the Man to serve as partners to establish the connection between the music festival and BMW i. Its work in 2019 was no different, earning the agency first place in the “Media and Entertainment Campaign” PR Daily’s Content Marketing Awards.

The 21-year-old global superstar Khalid was selected based on his recent performance on Saturday Night Live and the release of his new album days before his appearance at Coachella. The campaign had numerous objectives, including creating an authentic conversation between BMW i and the Coachella audience, developing original art, integrating the BMW i fleet into the campaign, partnering with influencers to expand the reach of the campaign, creating live experiences that drive online conversation and content sharing, and more.

Mirrored Media has executed flawlessly in the past. Building on the two previous campaigns, the agency took elements of Khalid’s art—already painted on a van for his album cover—to wrap a fleet of BMW i8 Roadsters. The team also partnered with more than 30 influencers, sending them on the road to Coachella in the fleet of custom-wrapped Khalid BMW i8s.

Khalid also partnered with Mirrored Media to build a unique pop-up experience during the festival’s first weekend; Khalid made a surprise appearance to meet and take photos with influencers. The campaign, as it has in the past, generated more than 1 billion impressions, achieving each of its goals, notably drawing attention to the BMW i series.

“Mirrored Media set themselves apart from an outstanding field of applicants. Their work was exceptional and displayed their innovative strategies for achieving success. Congratulations, Mirrored. We look forward to your continued success,” said Brendan Gannon, Marketing Manager for Awards Programs at Ragan Communications.

About Ragan Communications

Ragan and PR Daily run 11 awards programs each year, including the PR Daily Awards, Employee Communications Awards, Communicators of the Year Awards (formerly the ACE Awards) and its inaugural Top Women in Communications Awards. Judged by globally regarded experts and featuring multiple categories, these programs honor the top work in communications, PR, marketing and media. 

Ragan Communications operates two of the top news and information sites for the PR and corporate communications industry: Ragan.com and PRDaily.com. Together, these daily news sites attract more than 700,000 global visitors monthly.

Ragan is the leading provider of conferences and online training for PR, media relations, and corporate communications professionals. 

To read more and see the rest of the winners, go to Ragan.com/awards.

BizBash Announces Top 1000 People in the U.S. Event Industry

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Introducing the BizBash 1,000, the people with the biggest impact on meetings and events across the United States. These individuals plan everything from galas for national art museums to massive trade shows, pop culture conventions, and festivals. They also produce and design Instagram-worthy events for big brands, live music productions, and sporting events, as well as multimillion-dollar weddings. Some of them offer innovative (and mouthwatering) food and beverage ideas, while others provide education programs and strategy tips that benefit everyone in the industry. It was our mission to celebrate the best of the best in a diverse and growing industry, while offering a compilation of people to connect with for ideas, inspiration, or guidance for your future events.

Mirrored Media CEO/Founder Justin Lefkovitch was named to this list alongside other highly respected industry professionals in varied segments of the events industry.

Find the full list at bizbash.com.

Mirrored Media: 5 Time Platinum Winner in 2019 MarCom Awards

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Mirrored Media is honored to announce that we have received five platinum awards in the 2019 MarCom Awards for our work for BMW i on #RoadtoCoachella. Awards were won in the following categories:

  • Integrated Marketing Campaign
  • Social Content
  • Viral Marketing Campaign
  • Marketing Product/Service
  • Influencer Content

MarCom Awards honors excellence in marketing and communication while recognizing the creativity, hard work and generosity of industry professionals.

Since its inception in 2004, MarCom has evolved into one of the largest, most-respected creative competitions in the world. Each year about 6,000 print and digital entries are submitted from dozens of countries.

MarCom is administered by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (AMCP). The international organization, founded in 1995, consists of several thousand marketing, communication, advertising, public relations, digital and web professionals. AMCP administers recognition programs, provides judges, and rewards outstanding achievement and service to the community.

Justin Lefkovitch named to 2020 AME Awards Grand Jury

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New York Festivals AME Awards celebrates risk-taking work and brave campaigns that achieve the essential mission of making the clients products and services successful.

For 26 years, AME has honored the world’s most innovative and effective campaigns…campaigns that demonstrate a groundbreaking solution to a challenging marketing problem solved via strategic planning, creative execution and producing measurable results.

The AME Awards Grand Jury represents some of the world’s most creative and strategic minds in advertising and marketing communications. This international panel comprised of top interactive and multidisciplinary marketers, media planners, strategy directors, social media experts, and creative directors whose high standards of excellence ensure that AME’s 25-year legacy is upheld and respected globally both by winners and industry reports measuring creative distinction.

AME recruits these award-winning industry executives, known globally for their innovative and strategic prowess, and charges them with the mission of selecting the World’s Best Advertising & Marketing Effectiveness. With Juries representing 5 regions, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, Middle East & Africa, and North America, all of AME’s entries are judged with global knowledge and perspective from the industry and attention to cultural relevance.

We are honored to have our CEO, Justin Lefkovitch, join this highly esteemed group of judges for 2020.

Find the full judges list and bios at AMEawards.com