Staff Reporters
Feb 10, 2017

Tangrams deadline extended to 10 March

You have two extra weeks to get into the running for the Tangrams (formerly the Asian Marketing Effectiveness and Strategy Awards).

Tangrams deadline extended to 10 March

The entry deadline for the Tangrams (formerly the Asian Marketing Effectiveness and Strategy Awards), including the new Network of the Year award, has been extended until 10 March.

The festival and awards take place on 30 May in Singapore.

The Tangrams are Asia Pacific’s foremost awards honouring clients and their agencies for marketing strategies that deliver solid results to transform businesses and brands. The annual awards are evaluated by a panel of top client and agency professionals who review the submissions against stringent criteria to determine the winners.

Key dates:

  • Entries Deadline (EXTENDED): 10 March
  • Delegate early-bird deadline: 29 March
  • Shortlist announcement: 18 April
  • Tangrams: 30 May

For more information, please see www.tangrams.asia or download the entry kit.

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