New York awards show selects Kiwi juror

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Chemistry Interaction joint creative director Pat Murphy has been invited to judge the 2017 DMA International Echo Awards and will be heading for New York in August. 

The awards are one of the longest–running global marketing competitions celebrating strategy, creativity and results. “They’re about a sharp strategy combined with the power of a creative mind and the results to prove demonstrable success,” according to the website blurb.

Judging will take place in over three days. Murphy will be representing New Zealand along with judges from 26 other countries.

Murphy said: “I’m truly honoured and extremely excited about judging some meaningful, world class campaigns that have a measurable impact on people, brands and the business worldwide.”

About Chemistry Interaction
Chemistry Interaction is an independent direct digital agency, founded by Joseph Silk, Mike Larmer, Pat Murphy, and Susan Young in Auckland in 20013. They’re based at Pier 21 Westhaven. The agency won seven Golds at the recent NZDMA Awards.

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