Staff Reporters
Dec 7, 2015

AMES 2016 opens for entries

The Asian Marketing Effectiveness & Strategy Conference & Awards (AMES), slated for 31 May 2016 in Singapore, is now accepting submissions.

AMES 2016 opens for entries

Now in its 14th year, AMES is Asia Pacific's largest focus on marketing effectiveness. The conference offers a programme of seminars and workshops showcasing marketing excellence, as well as the Awards, which highlight the most innovative and effective marketing strategies in the region.

Key dates:

  • Entries open: Today. Get the official entry kit.
  • Delegate registration opens : 25 January
  • Entry deadline: 26 February
  • Delegate early-bird deadline: 30 March
  • AMES Conference & Awards: 31 May

The Awards programme recognise proven business results in five key areas:

  • Effectiveness
  • Media Strategy
  • Digital Strategy
  • Data & Analytics
  • e-Commerce

All entries will be judged on the ideas, strategies and results by a diverse panel including senior client marketers, marketers, agency heads, strategists, and research/analytics experts from across the region. 

“The Asian Marketing Effectiveness and Strategy Awards are the largest effectiveness awards in Asia Pacific that truly reflect the rich culture, heritage and creative diversity of this region," said Andrea Hayes, festivals director. "We look forward to showcasing the very best marketing strategies and celebrating this year’s most successful campaigns.”

For full details, including eligibility and entry kit, please visit



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