May 13, 2019

Cannes Lions: Explore the winning work with Campaign

Campaign Asia brings back fresh insights on this year’s winning work at the inaugural Cannes Insight breakfast briefing

Cannes Lions: Explore the winning work with Campaign

In the first of a new series of breakfast briefings, the Campaign Asia editorial team will share their insight on the stand-out creative trends from this year’s Cannes Lions festival.

The Cannes Insight breakfast briefing takes place in Singapore this June 27th and is set to gather 40 senior creative leaders for analysis and discussion on the best work to come out of Cannes this year.

Through a mix of case studies on the winning work and a top-level discussion on trends, attendees will leave with a fresh perspective on how to frame their creative strategy.

Join the Campaign team and senior creative leaders for a deep-dive morning on:

  • The APAC breakdown: Campaign Asia’s editorial team cut through the noise to deliver region-specific findings and perspectives in a Cannes de-brief with an Asia spin
  • The work: What it takes to win a Lion…hear from contenders, past judges and creative leaders on their experiences around what makes a winning campaign, and cast a critical eye over this year’s winning work
  • The key creative trends: From the creative strategies to employ for growth to a renewed focus on the consumer, which Cannes trends do you really need to take note of? Expert speakers will unpack the movements that will truly impact your business

The Cannes Insight Session is limited to 40 attendees. Register for a ticket here.

For more ticket information, contact Sarah Reynolds.

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