Women to Watch

Women to Watch

Women to Watch, presented in partnership with TBWA, is our annual feature spotlighting young women making a mark on marketing, media and communications in Asia. This page collects articles about women to watch throughout the year. Please stay tuned for the 2017 edition of Women to Watch, coming soon.

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Where are the women, Nikon?
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Sep 19, 2017

Where are the women, Nikon?

A tone-deaf campaign ignores half of the population, and an apology doesn't seem to be helping.

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Gender and the business of advertising
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Sep 13, 2017

Gender and the business of advertising

A Mintel study looks into the gender views of consumers from Thailand, Indonesia and Australia to see how these relate to their perception of ads.

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Women to Watch 2017: Where the gender diversity issue stands today
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Aug 28, 2017

Women to Watch 2017: Where the gender diversity issue stands today

As part of this year’s Women to Watch, in partnership with TBWA, a panel of experts debated how far gender diversity has come in the marketing and communications industry, and how much there still is to do. Here are some key takeaways.

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Women to Watch 2017: Meet the future champions of change
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Aug 15, 2017

Women to Watch 2017: Meet the future champions of change

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.

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VMware CMO: Embrace AI, don’t fear it
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Aug 3, 2017

VMware CMO: Embrace AI, don’t fear it

It’s laughable for marketers to worry about artificial intelligence, as it will make people’s jobs easier and more fulfilling, according to marketer Robin Matlock.

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Women to Watch 2017 deadline extended
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Jun 30, 2017

Women to Watch 2017 deadline extended

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.

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