Staff Reporters
May 30, 2016

CampaignAsia.com: Sharper look for desktop, mobile and bulletins

Today we are delighted to launch the new CampaignAsia.com, which has been rebuilt with one goal: Making it easier and faster for you to access the news, analysis and inspiration you need.

CampaignAsia.com: Sharper look for desktop, mobile and bulletins

As the marketing, media and communications industries in the region continue to innovate, expand and evolve, so do we.

That's why we've designed a fresh, clear and easily accessible site to help you get the information you want, when you want it.

You'll now find fewer content categories, making the site easier to navigate, and a cleaner look, which gives us more space to showcase the most important stories and cutting-edge creative work.

The site is fully mobile-optimised and our daily bulletin has also been streamlined and made mobile-friendly to keep you up to date no matter where you happen to be (it only takes a minute to sign up).

Far more important than the site redesign is the content we’re delivering. And more than ever, we’re providing both global and local-market views of the industry.

We’re tightly integrated with our colleagues in the UK and US, giving us unparalleled reach. Plus, in recent weeks, we launched Campaign Japan (in Japanese) and re-launched Campaign India—both in the same easy-to-use, mobile-ready format as Campaign Asia. Campaign China, our simplified-Chinese site, will follow suit soon.

Across the entire global network (also including outfits in Turkey and the Middle East), we have journalists dedicated to extracting news and insight from their local markets for the rest of the world, and delivering insights from the rest of the world to their local markets.

We hope you like the site. But more importantly, we hope you find what we deliver to be useful and valuable. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any feedback.

 

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