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Feb 22, 2017

Campaign360 announces 2017 speaker lineup

Inaugural event focusing on gender equality takes place on 22 March at the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong.

Campaign360 announces 2017 speaker lineup

Campaign360, taking place on 22 March in Hong Kong, will feature more than 20 C-suite business leaders from around the globe.

A one-day, invitation-only event, Campaign360 gathers key decision-makers of today’s leading brands and media agencies who believe in the contributions of women to the industry and the importance of equal opportunity. Working in close collaboration with a content advisory board, Campaign360 will establish actionable strategies businesses leaders can implement to build a stronger and more diverse industry workforce.

Speakers featuring at the inaugural event:

  • Sam Ahmed, CMO Asia-Pacific, MasterCard, Singapore
  • Séverine Charbon, Global Chief Talent Officer, Publicis Media, United Kingdom
  • Lynette Chua, Account Director, JWT, Singapore
  • Julia Heffring, Global Network Communications Manager, iProspect Dentsu Aegis Network, Singapore
  • Lucy Hockings, News Presenter & Anchor, BBC News, United Kingdom
  • Kathryn Jacob OBE, CEO, Pearl & Dean, & Co-Author of The Glass Wall, United Kingdom Joanne Lao, CEO, Greater China, TBWA, China
  • Michael Kassan, Chairman & CEO, MediaLink, USA
  • Aarie Li, Planner, Mediacom, Hong Kong
  • Jean Lin, Global CEO, Isobar, China
  • Jane Lin-Baden, CEO Asia-Pacific, Isobar, China
  • Kristie Lu Stout, Anchor & Correspondent, CNN International, Hong Kong
  • Mainardo de Nardis, CEO, OMD Worldwide, USA
  • Sitha Nuon, Media Director, Havas Riverorchid, Cambodia
  • Masako Okamura, Executive Creative Director, Dentsu Vietnam, Vietnam
  • Lindsay Pattison, CEO, Maxus Worldwide, United Kingdom
  • Anne Rayner, Global Head of Communications & Research, TNS, Australia
  • Angela Ryan, Chief Human Resources & Talent Officer, GroupM Asia Pacific, Singapore
  • Atifa Silk, Brand Director, Campaign Asia-Pacific, Hong Kong
  • Jasmin Sohrabji, CEO, Omnicom Media Group SEA and India, India
  • Ruth Stubbs, Global President, iProspect Dentsu Aegis Network, Singapore
  • Bertilla Teo, CEO, Greater China, Publicis Media, China
  • Leigh Terry, APAC CEO, IPG Mediabrands, Australia
  • Su-Mei Thompson, CEO, The Women’s Foundation, Hong Kong
  • Juliet Timms, Global CEO, Grace Blue, United Kingdom
  • Shelley Zalis, CEO & Founder, The Female Quotient, USA
  • Sarah Wood, Co-Founder & CEO, Unruly, United Kingdom

Content Advisory Board and speakers at Campaign360:

  • Punitha Arumugam, Director, Agency Business, Google India, India
  • Gerry Boyle, CEO, Publicis Media, Singapore
  • Cheuk Chiang, CEO Asia-Pacific, Omnicom Media Group, Singapore
  • Vishnu Mohan, CEO, Havas Media Asia Pacific, Singapore
  • Mark Patterson, CEO APAC GroupM & Chairman GroupM China, Hong Kong
  • Sunita Rajan, Senior Vice-President, Advertising Sales, CNN, Singapore
  • Nick Waters, CEO Asia-Pacific, DentsuAegis, Singapore

For further information and to view the full agenda, visit www.campaign360.asia

VIP places are limited for senior brand decision-makers, click here to apply.

Campaign360 will be followed by the inaugural Women Leading Change Awards and the Campaign360 Charity Dinner

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