Emily Tan
Oct 2, 2015

AOY 2015: One last week to enter

ASIA-PACIFIC - Due to popular demand, we have extended the final entry deadline for this year’s Campaign Asia-Pacific Agency of the Year Awards to 9th October 2015.

AOY 2015: One last week to enter

You will now have 7 more days to showcase your agency's achievements in 2015 and share how your agency has raised the bar of the creative and communications industry.

This is the 22nd year that the Agency of the Year awards will recognise inspired leadership, management excellence, outstanding business performance and overall achievements in the region’s advertising and communications industry.

ENTER NOW because Winning Changes Everything

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Key dates
  • Final entry deadline: 9 October 2015, 6pm, Singapore Time
  • The Agency of the Year winners will be celebrated at three gala events in China, India and Singapore this December.

Entry kits

This year's programme includes a number of changes, including new categories and the introduction of a point system for determining the shortlists for the Agency Network of the Year awards. For further information, please see the Agency of the Year website and the specific entry kits: 

For more information, please see www.aoyawards.com or contact Eunice Boo at [email protected] or (+65) 6579 0556.

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