Staff Reporters
Feb 19, 2016

AMES entry deadline extended

SINGAPORE - The entry deadline for the 2016 Asian Marketing Effectiveness & Strategy (AMES) Awards has been extended by two weeks, until 11 March.

AMES entry deadline extended

The AMES Conference and Awards take place on 31 May at the Grand Hyatt Singapore. Now in its 14th year, AMES is Asia Pacific's largest event focused on marketing effectiveness. AMES offers a programme of seminars and workshops showcasing marketing excellence, as well as the AMES Awards, which highlight the most innovative and effective marketing strategies in the region.

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

  • Effectiveness
  • Media strategy
  • Digital strategy
  • Data & analytics
  • e-commerce

Download the awards entry kit

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.

AMES has already named the jury presidents and jury members for the media strategy, data & analytics and e-commerce categories.

Each entry completed after 26 February will be subject to a SGD60 late fee. Please see www.ames.asia for more information.

 

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