Staff Reporters
Aug 8, 2013

Creatives: Want to see your work in our November issue?

ASIA-PACIFIC - In celebration of 40 years covering the marketing industry in Asia—as Media magazine and subsequently as Campaign Asia-Pacific—we are inviting creatives with a passion for brands, media and communications to design an ad to appear in our November issue.

Creatives: Want to see your work in our November issue?

The brief is straightforward. We want you to stretch your imagination and show us an ad you believe encapsulates your vision of ‘What advertising will look like in 2053’ (40 years from now).

The competition aims to provoke thought about the future of advertising, as well as help elevate creatives who are ambitious and want to raise their profiles in the industry. Students, freelancers and professionals are all welcome to participate. The competition is free to enter, and you are welcome to submit more than one entry. Entries, of course, must be original.

The winner will receive:

  • Their ad published in Campaign Asia-Pacific’s October issue and online;
  • A full delegate pass to the Spikes Asia Festival of Creativity 2013 (two passes will be offered for a team entry; one for a single entrant).

Entries must be submitted by 21 August to [email protected].

Please be sure to include your name, title and contact information with your submission.

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