Photos from Campaign360, held 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.
Campaign Asia-Pacific presented the inaugural Women Leading Change Awards tonight in Hong Kong.
Takeaways, notable comments and photos from Campaign360, our conference focused on industry gender diversity in APAC, taking place today 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.
We require a system that recognises the need for both women and men to create a balanced life for themselves and their loved ones.
One creative director in Tokyo is frustrated by a reluctance to speak out, but believes numbers can help shock the industry into action.
We hope this in-depth exploration will illuminate key issues surrounding gender inequality in marketing and communications in Asia.
For all the misconceptions about what life in advertising is like for young women, most just want a fair shot at proving themselves.
Marketing and advertising are not alone in dealing with gender inequality. Olivia Parker looks at what lessons can be gleaned from other industries.
JWT Taipei taps its research on female attitudes to turn gender stereotypes into empowering messages in a unique campaign for contact lenses.
Male dominance in creative teams is nothing new—but a recent academic paper throws the effect on women into sharp relief.