Staff Reporters
Oct 1, 2013

Campaign Asia-Pacific identifies 40 'faces to watch'

In connection with its 40th anniversary celebration this month, Campaign Asia-Pacific has identified 40 'faces to watch' in Asia-Pacific marketing and communications.

Campaign Asia-Pacific identifies 40 'faces to watch'

Campaign Asia-Pacific looks ahead to the future of the industry, highlighting (in no particular order) 40 young people who have already achieved beyond the norm and are set to accomplish much more. 

See the 40th anniversary 40 'faces to watch' here.

Check out the rest of our special 40th Anniversary Website, which also includes:

Campaign Asia-Pacific began as Media magazine, launched in 1973 to report on an emerging media and marketing industry in Asia-Pacific. In October 2000, Haymarket Publishing , the UK’s largest independently owned publishing group and publisher of market-leading titles Campaign and Marketing, acquired Media. Ten years later, in June 2010, all existing Media products, including awards, conferences and online, were rebranded as Campaign Asia-Pacific.


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