Conservation campaign began yesterday in Hong Kong.
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WE is the group's first entry into the marketing field.
Dentsu Techno Camp is intended to help develop the network’s digital capabilities.
Three major US brands have joined the growing list of advertisers to pause advertising on YouTube following recent revelations that ads are being inadvertently placed with extremist content.
Photos from Campaign360, held on 22 March in Hong Kong.
The inaugural Women Leading Change Awards were presented at the Campaign360 Charity Dinner held in aid of Mother's Choice on 22 March in Hong Kong.
Campaign's Mandate for Change is a step to improving an industry that is still far behind in terms of equal opportunities.
The deceased was a long-term resident and managed JKT48, a local pop group.
Centre will focus on guiding clients and partners through digital transformation.
Airbnb says its Chinese name 'Ài Bǐ Yíng' is designed to be easier to pronounce, but netizens find it corny, antiquated or worse.
Campaign Asia-Pacific presented the inaugural Women Leading Change Awards tonight in Hong Kong.
Women are more equal in the agency environment than they are within brands or tech companies, according to Campaign Asia-Pacific and Kantar’s inaugural gender diversity study.
Takeaways, notable comments and photos from Campaign360, our conference focused on industry gender diversity in APAC, taking place today in Hong Kong.
The early-bird deadline is this Friday, and the final deadline is April 7.
Shopper marketing agency becomes the latest addition to the Havas Village stable.
Acquisition adds R&D capabilities for proprietary development.
Shane Mitchell and Jack Lim will be leaving the company as Singh takes on commercial and digital leadership.
Agency calls for Google to make host of changes, but advises against pulling ads from YouTube.
Huawei rises, Moutai enters the top 10, and Alibaba passes China Mobile.
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