Staff Reporters
Jan 29, 2018

Digital Media Awards China open for entries

The awards, taking place in Shanghai this coming April, represent an opportunity for digital-media work from Greater China to gain international recognition. 

Digital Media Awards China open for entries

The Digital Media Awards China 201is setting out to celebrate China’s best digital marketing work, innovation and talent, and to recognise the country’s growing influence on the global digital media industry.

Entry is now open to all clients, media owners, advertising agencies, digital agencies, production or design companies, or any other parties involved in digital communications for advertising purposes.

The jury for the Digital Media Awards China comprises advertising, marketing and digital media experts. The awards will be judged according to international standards, with the global reach of the Campaign brand to put the winners on the international stage.

For more information, please visit the Digital Media Awards China website or contact [email protected].

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