Staff Reporters
Feb 21, 2014

China's Digital A-List 2014: Call for nominations

MAINLAND CHINA - Are you A-list material? Campaign’s inaugural Digital A-List for China will set out to honour the elites spearheading digital innovations.

China's Digital A-List 2014: Call for nominations

Do we have a compulsive need to listify people and categorise things? Maybe. But in all seriousness, we want to provide a way for the digital natives of the middle kingdom to make themselves known to the world—and we'll pick their brains a little at the same time.

Here are the criteria for selection into Campaign's Digital A-List (China)a who’s who of the most powerful players in China’s digital scene.

  • Must have spent a minimum of 12 months in China
  • Must hold an influential role at a brand, agency or media company
  • Must be a leader in his/her digital field with proven ability, experience and clout
  • Must be able to demonstrate key digital successes or achievements in the last 12 months (2013)

This is not an award or a competition. The A-List is a ‘who’s who’ of China’s digirati. There are many names and faces behind all the digital change and growth, and Campaign’s A-List seeks to publicize who they are and where they operate. You can nominate anyone at a brand, digital agency, creative agency or media company who you believe brings something compelling to the industry.

Both a book and dedicated website will honor those who make the A-List in June. And to further celebrate, following our inaugural Digital360 China conference, we will hold a gala event to honour those who make the cut.

Send A-List nominations (for yourself, your boss or anyone else) to [email protected] today. Shortlisted nominees receive a formal invitation to complete an online application form, so be sure to include an email address for us to contact your nominee.


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