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Aug 6, 2018

2018 AMP Awards deadline extended

The final entry deadline for the fifth Agency | Marketer Partnership Awards has been extended to this Friday, 10 August.

2018 AMP Awards deadline extended

Due to an influx of feedback from entrants, the Agency | Marketer Partnership Awards entry deadline has been further extended to 6 pm on this coming Friday (10 August).

Now in its fifth year, the AMP Awards is the only regional award to focus exclusively on client-agency partnership work. This year's competition has been expanded to include Publishers/Platforms in the Multiple Agencies/Disciplines category. 

We are also proud to share our esteemed judging panel of senior leaders from Asia-Pacific's top agencies and brands, including Bacardi China, Philips, and more.

L-R: Chum, Goh, Lee, Pareek, Pandey, Lin-Baden, Mann

Confirmed 2018 AMP judges:

Judge Title Company
Elaine Chum Head of Digital, ASEAN Pacific Philips Electronics Singapore Pte. Ltd
Danny Goh Associate Director Brand and Consumer Education Bacardi China
Hui Mei Lee Agency Lead APJ HP Singapore
Isabella Mann Vice President, Marketing Pandora Jewelry
Jane Lin-Baden Until recently, APAC CEO of Isobar Isobar
Rashish Pandey Director, Marketing, Asia-Pacific, Cisco Systems Cisco Systems, Inc.
Vivek Pareek Global Brand Manager, Shell Lubricants Shell Eastern Petroleum (Pte) Ltd

Be seen and celebrated among Asia-Pacific’s leading agencies and marketers. Share your successful partnerships with us and enter the 2018 AMP Awards today. Submit your entry here or download the entry kit. Oce again, the entry deadline for the 2018 awards is Friday, 10 August, at 6 pm (HK/SG).

For awards enquiries, please contact Ka Ling Man, Events Manager at kaling.man@haymarket.asia.

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