Staff Reporters
Apr 13, 2015

AMES Awards receive more than 1,100 entries

ASIA-PACIFIC - Hopeful agencies from 20 countries have submitted more than 1,100 entries for the 13th Asian Marketing Effectiveness & Strategy Awards, slated for Singapore on 3 June.

AMES Awards receive more than 1,100 entries

Singapore led with 243 entries, followed by China at 196. See below for a complete country-by-country breakdown. The awards span the five award sections: Effectiveness, Media Strategy, Digital Strategy, Data & Analytics and e-Commerce.

The entries will be judged and shortlisted by a panel of 108 leading industry professionals, who will release the shortlist on 20 April.

Winners will be honoured at the awards ceremony, held after the AMES Conference on the evening of Wednesday 3 June at Grand Hyatt Singapore.

"The sheer number and quality of the entries are testament to the prestige and relevance of the AMES Awards in the region, and to the growing importance of strategic thinking in Asian marketing," said Andrea Hayes, festival director. "Across brands and agencies alike, the focus is stronger than ever on building strategies that drive business performance and we are pleased to be setting the industry benchmark for marketing effectiveness.”

For full information on AMES Awards & Conference or to register to attend, please visit

Here is a country-by-country breakdown of the entries received: 
Country Entries
Australia 72
Bangladesh 12
Cambodia 1
China 196
Hong Kong 111
India 178
Indonesia 11
Japan 46
Malaysia 39
New Zealand 44
Pakistan 6
Philippines 52
Singapore 243
South Korea 8
Sri Lanka 3
Taiwan 28
Thailand 44
United States 3
Vietnam 24
Total 1121


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