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24-03-2008 07:30
KIAF: reduced fee to be available till March 31

Reduced fee for contest participation and accreditation will be valid till March 31, 2008. Following March 31, 2008 participation cost  and current rate of KIAF's 1 conventional unit for Ukrainian participants will be changed.

More than 80 advertising agencies from Ukraine, Russia, Belorussia, Moldova, Armenia and Azerbaijan have already submitted participation applications for the 9th Kyiv International Advertising Festival. Among those are JWT Ukraine, Provid BBDO, New Point Marketing Ukraine, ADV/web-engineering, Grey Moscow, Initiative Russia and other agencies.

Currently, most works have been submitted to the graphic design contest and contests of print and interactive advertising. The least popular contest is corporate film.

"Last year 480 advertising agencies from 15 different countries sent their contest works to the Festival. More than 300 of them were Ukrainian, - says Festival's producer Maxim Lazebnik. All main players of our country's advertising market are represented at KIAF. More than 2000 Festival's contest works reflect the full spectrum of advertising and marketing communications in Ukraine. Please note that the participants' registration is open till April 25, 2008, but reduced fee for contest participation and accreditation will be available till March 31, 2008 only."

Renowned professionals with extensive international experience will evaluate projects within 14 contests. The best representatives of different advertisement segments will lead 9 jury teams. Robin Weeks, the Regional creative director of Ogilvy Group in Central and Eastern Europe, will be the Head of KIAF's Creative jury.

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