Staff Reporters
Nov 25, 2013

Agency of the Year Awards unveils shortlists

Campaign Asia-Pacific reveals the shortlisted entries for the 2013 Agency of the Year Awards in the programme's five regions: Australia/New Zealand, Greater China, Japan/Korea, South Asia and Southeast Asia.

Agency of the Year Awards unveils shortlists

Please follow the links below to view the shortlists.

We will announce the shortlist for the Agency Network of the Year Awards on Friday, 29 November.

We are now accepting table bookings for the three awards gala dinners. Details are as follows:

9 December, Shanghai
Venue: The Ritz Carlton Pudong, Shanghai
Awards presented: All Greater China categories
Book now

9 December, Mumbai
Venue: Four Seasons Hotel Mumbai
Awards presented: All South Asia categories
Book now

11 December, Singapore
Venue: The Ritz Carlton, Millenia Singapore
Awards presented:
1. All Australia/New Zealand categories
2. All Japan/Korea categories
3. All Southeast Asia categories
4. All Agency Network of the Year categories
Book now


For more information on the awards, please visit www.aoyawards.com. For enquiries, please contact XinYan Kek at (+65) 6579 0544.

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