Feb 28, 2018

Event Marketing Awards open for entries

The awards recognise companies applying best practices to the creation, planning, production and management of innovative and successful events in Asia-Pacific. Enter by 9 April.

Event Marketing Awards open for entries

CEI and Campaign have announced that the 2018 Event Marketing Awards are now open for entries.

These awards aim to recognise and celebrate companies applying best practices to the creation, planning, production and management of innovative and successful events in Asia-Pacific. The awards are open to all individuals, companies and agencies running, servicing and housing conferences and events across the region.

Projects entered can include conferences, meetings, product launches and hospitality programmes. Agencies, corporate in-house teams, tourism boards, suppliers and venues are encouraged to enter the awards for 2018.

Key dates:

  • Early-bird entry deadline: Monday, 26 March (6 pm HK/SG)
  • Entry deadline: Monday, 9 April (6 pm HK/SG)
  • Shortlists announcement: Monday, 30 April
  • Awards presentation: Thursday, 17 May (Hong Kong)

Get started:

An independent jury consisting of leading client marketers, media practitioners, agency strategists and other experts will judge the entries. At all voting stages, the judges are prevented from voting for entries submitted by their own agency in their market/country. The decision of the jury on all matters relating to the awarding prizes will be final and binding. Great care is taken in selecting a judging panel comprising the right balance of specialist knowledge, experience and objectivity. Strict guidelines, designed to eliminate vested interest or breaches of rules of entry, will be followed.

For more information, please visit Event Marketing Awards or contact us at [email protected].

See the 2017 Event Marketing Awards winners.


Related Articles

Just Published

1 day ago

Uproar: Are animal portrayals in ads a new brand risk?

Advertisers and agencies love animals, because animals sell. But a Year of the Tiger Gucci campaign that made activists growl shows that the definition of what’s appropriate may be evolving when it comes to using the world's fauna.

1 day ago

Mark Heap on ‘moving across the aisles’ to ...

Media agencies offer broadly the same services as one another, and use propositions like ‘good growth’ and ‘people first’ to establish an identity. But what do these mean, in practical terms, and how do they influence leadership strategies? Mark Heap takes us inside the industry.

1 day ago

The ride of the tiger: Feast your eyes on BMW's ...

While other brands make long, dramatic Chinese New Year films, the carmaker and TBWA's Bolt have programmed in a very different route: 90 seconds that's 'nothing but sheer joy'.

1 day ago

The Beijing Olympics: A non-starter for global sponsors

SHANGHAI ZHAN PODCAST: Beijing-based sports-marketing expert Mark Dreyer says the games will see largely Chinese brands targeting the China market, with many employing Chinese-American skier/model Eileen Gu.