Staff Reporters
May 14, 2014

Help us choose Asia's most admired agencies, media owners and brands

ASIA-PACIFIC - To gauge what industry professionals really think of their peers and competitors, Campaign Asia-Pacific has launched its first Most Admired Companies poll.

Poll to provide unique insight into how marketing professionals see their competitors
Poll to provide unique insight into how marketing professionals see their competitors

The survey spans Asia-Pacific and includes three categories: agencies, media companies and brands/client companies.

Participants, who will remain strictly anonymous, are asked to list three companies in each section, in order of admiration. They will also be asked to list individuals whom they most respect, and the factors that contribute to strong perception.

The survey will run until 3 June. All votes will be validated to ensure the survey’s consistency. Campaign Asia-Pacific will detail the findings in its July/August issue, and online.

Take the survey now >>

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