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Jun 15, 2022

Agency of the Year 2022 opens for entries

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Agency of the Year 2022 opens for entries

Campaign Asia-Pacific's 2022 Agency of the Year awards programme is now open for entries. Since the early 1990s, Campaign’s Agency of the Year awards have recognised inspiring leadership, management excellence, outstanding business performance, and overall achievements in advertising and brand communications.

Campaign's AOY is the only programme to honour agency excellence at both local and regional levels. The programme includes awards for five regions within APAC—Australia and New Zealand, Greater China, Japan and Korea, South Asia and Southeast Asia—as well as the APAC Network of the Year Awards.

The judging panel consists exclusively of leading client marketers across Asia-Pacific. In the first round of judging, judges review and score entries independently. The scores are sent directly to PwC Singapore to verify the shortlist. The jury then meets to discuss shortlisted entries in both the people and agency categories.

Key dates

Early-bird deadline 11 Aug 2022 (Thu)
Standard entry deadline 15 Sep 2022 (Thu)
Final entry deadline 30 Sep 2022 (Fri)
Shortlist announcement 14 Nov 2022 (Mon)

Cutoff time for all deadlines is 6 pm HK time (UCT/GMT +8).

How to enter

The eligibility period for the awards is 1 October 2021—30 September 2022

New agency categories

  • Brand Design Agency of the Year
  • Data Analytics Agency of the Year
  • Influencer Marketing Agency of the Year

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