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McCann Philippines’ Chief Strategy Officer Gino Borromeo joins AMEAwards’ Regional Jury

NEW YORK – McCann Philippines’ Chief Strategy Officer Gino Borromeo joins the Regional Jury of the AMEAwards. The awards competition is the only awards show to recognize excellence in advertising and marketing effectiveness on a global scale.

Gino leads the cross-functional strategy team of McCann Worldgroup, the Philippines’ largest marketing communications agency whose clients include Nestle, Coca-Cola, Unilab, Jollibee Foods Corporation, BPI, Ayala Land, Philippine Airlines and San Miguel Beer among many others.

Gino brings nearly 20 years of hands-on experience planning for brands at the local, regional and global level – both for consumer and B2B brands.


Gino is also the local market champion for Truth Central, the global thought leadership unit of McCann Worldgroup. Through the use of proprietary Truth Studies, Truth Central’s mission is to uncover the hidden truths about people and culture that can make brands successful in the world today

About AMEAwards

The AME Awards® has honored the World’s Best Advertising & Marketing Effectiveness™ since 1994. To earn a prestigious AME Award, an entry must demonstrate groundbreaking solutions to challenging marketing problems and exhibit specific marketing goals and objectives accomplished through creative execution and strategic planning. Entries submitted into the AME Awards are meticulously scored by an international panel of judges comprised of top interactive and multidisciplinary marketers, media planners, strategy directors, social media experts, and creative directors from 5 regions around the globe.

With a 25-year reputation for awarding high-caliber entries created by some of the planet’s most accomplished creative talent from the world’s top international agencies on behalf of prominent global brands, the prestige of being recognized as an AME award-winning campaign is an enviable achievement.

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