Notes from Lee Gluckman on the road

Busy days in Shanghai. Since arriving July 6, I’ve been in meetings. First, I was at Touch Media where I presented a Mobius statuette for their 2011 work for Hugo Boss, and then on to Ogilvy for meetings with creatives, PR group, and senior management staff, followed by more meetings at AEIOU.
Dinner with Focus Media and then a few hours sleep before starting again on Friday with Allyes and then back to AEIOU to set up for the evening’s Mobius Sharing Event. It was a huge success thanks to the hard work by the staff of Global Brand Strategy magazine and not to forget Rachel’s outstanding support from Ogilvy PR.
The event attracted a huge crowd of creatives, along with comments about winning work from the Shanghai creatives. BTW, we started off the evening with a one-hour Twitter press conference that continued throughout the evening’s presentations. It was coordinated by Kevin & Jacky from Ignite. Way to go, everyone! And a special Thank You to Tony Liu and his partner for sponsoring the event in their offices at AEIOU.
Great team, great offices, great drink and food!

About mobiusawards

Mobius Awards, established in 1971, is one of the world’s oldest independent international advertising competitions. Each year, the competition recognizes outstanding work in Brochure/Book, Cinema-In-flight, Direct, Mixed Media Campaign, New Media, Online, Outdoor, Package Design, Photography, Point-of-Purchase, Print, Radio, Television, and Student.
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One Response to Notes from Lee Gluckman on the road

  1. Hi Lee. I’m looking for a past Mobius Award winner. Can you help? It was a TV commercial for Big Brothers and Big Sisters. It won your award sometime during the mid- to late-90’s (I think). It told the story of a Jewish guy from the city telling of his relationship as a Big Brother to an African American kid from the inner city. It was one of the most heart-warming and truly genuine commercials I have ever seen. If you can find it, please forward me the link. I miss that spot.

    Thanks, Lee

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