Staff Reporters
Apr 19, 2016

AMES shortlist released

SINGAPORE - The juries for the AMES (Asian Marketing Effectiveness and Strategy) Awards have released their shortlist for 2016, putting 324 entries from around the region into contention. The winners will be announced on 31 May.

The brand leaders and strategists making up the juries reviewed a record 1,231 entries submitted by hopefuls in 20 countries, selecting 324 entries. 

China and India tied with 69 shortlisted entries each, followed by Singapore and then Australia. 

Winners will be honoured at an awards ceremony on the evening of 31 May at the Grand Hyatt Singapore, following the Asian Marketing Effectiveness Strategy Conference that...

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