Jan 30, 2020

Campaign360 promises 'fiery' programme

'Igniting tomorrow' will be the theme at Campaign360, Asia-Pacific’s closed-door event exclusively for senior marketers and C-suite executives, which takes place in Singapore on May 27.

Campaign360 promises 'fiery' programme

Campaign360, Asia-Pacific’s closed-door event exclusively for senior marketers and C-suite executives, will bring a 'fiery' content programme to Singapore’s first-rate Raffles hotel on 27 May.

As an invitation-only event, Campaign360 stands out from other events for the marketing and media industry by bringing together influential global and regional media and marketing heads. The 2020 event will see 350 marketers and executives discussing some of the industry’s hottest topics and participating in a day of networking.

“We’re trying to create an exclusive networking setting for high-level marketers and executives who are looking to have efficient and undisturbed networking conversations,'' said Eleanor Hawkins, conference producer.

With the content theme ‘Igniting Tomorrow’, Campaign360 2020 will look into key topics including:

Turmoil or triumph for marketing talent
Exclusive research by Campaign and R3 uncovers next year's priorities for CMOs with the need to drive business acceleration and top line impact in today's dynamic brand economy.

The appetite for media to commerce
We are in the next wave of retail, where influencer marketing, the eCommerce giants and mobile and peer-peer commerce are important to today's convenience-first consumers. We'll look at trailblazers in China and what we can learn from those who dare to be different.

A new chapter for maverick thinking and applied technology
Campaign360 invites game-changers and innovators to tell us how applied technology, a little risk and independent thinking will change the course of our industry.

Disruptive models for the new decade
What does Disney's new outlook and their investment in data and tech capabilities say about the current media landscape? How do our experts anticipate Disney+'s chances in the ring against the other heavyweights?

A year of extraordinary economic and political change
How can businesses and brands prepare for impact, which markets will be hit the hardest and what do the experts predict if the US-China Trade War continues and the tensions in Hong Kong escalate further?

Marketing effectiveness shouldn't be underestimated or ignored
In 2020, the marketing funnel must be viewed holistically. We'll hear from performance and brand-building experts with new perspectives and integrated strategies that work.

Campaign360 2020 expects to announce more details of the agenda and speakers shortly.

Recap of Campaign360 2019:

Campaign360 is by invitation only. For more information on Campaign360 or to register your interest, please visit

For speaking opportunities and general enquiries:

Eleanor Hawkins
Head of Events Content
[email protected]
+852 3175 5922

For sponsorship opportunities:

Gareth Scott
Commercial Director
[email protected]

For media partnerships:

Ziv Wang
Senior Marketing Manager
[email protected]

This article was edited to reflect the date change of Campaign360 from March 4 to May 27.

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