A year-long campaign celebrating and nurturing women of achievement working among us in the media and marketing industry; building a community of stakeholders through engaging and empowering content, online and offline; reaching peak awareness in the run up to the 2018 Women Leading Change Awards on the 31st of May.
On 15 August Campaign Asia-Pacific and Maxus hosted the latest Women Leading Change event in Singapore, welcoming women, men and everyone in between to discuss men’s opportunity in eliminating gender bias.
Campaign Asia-Pacific presented the inaugural Women Leading Change Awards tonight in Hong Kong.
A total of 57 women are up for awards in five categories.
The awards will be presented at the Campaign360 Charity Dinner in aid of Mother’s Choice on 22 March.
The iProspect global president tells Campaign about her path to winning the Vision Award in Campaign's Women Leading Change Awards last week.
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.
The Herculean, nay, Nüwaen efforts of these pioneers are steadily turning our industry into a more prosperous, open-minded and generally desirable place to work—and not only for women.
CEOs and key players in the marketing and media world share their vision of a brighter future for women—and how to make it happen.
Against all odds, women in Asia-Pacific are fighting their way to the top. Those featured here are just a few leading the revolution.
Singapore insurer Income's 'Times have changed' campaign looks into the evolving insurance needs of modern women.
From Singapore: ‘Dream Again’ for SK-II by Leo Burnett Singapore
The deadline for nominations for our annual list of Asia-Pacific's brightest and most promising female talent has been extended to next Friday, 7 July.
Views of feminism are in flux all over the world. The challenge for brands is that the prevailing narrative differs from market to market.
From China: ‘Marriage Market Takeover’ for SK-II by Forsman & Bodenfors
A digital hub, an industry-leading conference, an awards night, a research survey and a print issue... Why limit amplifying gender equality to a single day?
A tone-deaf campaign ignores half of the population, and an apology doesn't seem to be helping.
The furniture retailer issued an apology after a backlash against a sexist ad.
It’s easy to sing your own praises when it comes to a topic as significant as gender equity, but actions speak louder than words. What have agency endeavours amounted to over the last few months?
SK-II's taboo-quashing sequel to last year's 'Marriage Market Takeover' is all about the proverbial expiry date.