Chief Creative Officer 
Stein IAS

Reuben loves B2B and has been fighting for its creative standards for over 16 years. Fed up with people assuming that B2B creative has to be dull and ordinary, Reuben decided to get even with 101 Clichés – a widely acclaimed book and website which highlight the most serially offensive ideas in a bid to eliminate creative faux pas forever! Now he’s made the films, check out clichekillers.com. Reuben is hoping to see brave conceptual thinking in this year’s awards. Concepts are what make marketing memorable and creative departments enjoyable in his view. Step up B2B Braves and prove that there’s more ways to sell than the ‘nice line and design’ approach. Reuben is delighted to see the Drum giving B2B it’s due with a specialised global award scheme and can’t wait to see the spoils of your B2B conquest. Every good idea that lives to see the light of day is a mighty victory, Reuben salutes you!   

Judging panel

Ann Handley

Chief Content Officer
MarketingProfs

Jeremy Schutte

Managing Director and Executive Creative Director
VML

Brian Laker

Head of Marketing
Twitter

Chris Duffey

Sr. Strategic Business Development Manager, Creative Agencies, Creative Cloud Enterprise 
Adobe

Howard Belk

Co-CEO, Chief Creative Officer
Siegel+Gale

Howard Lenn

Group Creative Director
J. Walter Thompson New York

Kate MacNevin

Global Chief Operating Officer
MRM//McCann

Kenneth Hein

Global Chief Communications Officer
gyro

Mark Kiernan

Global Executive Managing Director: Digital & Content
Accenture

Mike Wente

Chief Creative Officer, North America
VML

Mike Romoff

Head of Global Agency and Channel Sales
LinkedIn

Nicole Kaplan

SVP, Group Director
Momentum Worldwide

Paul Longo

Head of Agency Development
Microsoft

Reuben Webb

Chief Creative Officer 
Stein IAS

Ritesh Patel

Chief Digital Officer
WPP Health & Wellness