Olivia Parker
Jun 4, 2019

APAC adland inequality persists in race, age and gender: Exclusive research

Campaign's third survey with Kantar into workplace diversity in the APAC marketing and advertising landscape uncovered a deep seam of feeling about bias stretching beyond gender, while the results suggest equality for women has not improved.

The results don’t look like they’re supposed to. Two years have passed since we launched Campaign’s Mandate for Change on gender equality, signed by the heads of six top agency networks in Asia,

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