Kate Nicholson
Sep 21, 2010

Industry reactions to Campaign Asia-Pacific launch

SINGAPORE ­– Haymarket Media unveiled the launch issue of Campaign Asia-Pacific to a star-studded industry audience last night at the Mandarin Oriental Singapore. Campaign Asia-Pacific caught up with some of the industry’s leading figures at the launch party to gage their reactions to the new-look magazine.

Terry Savage, Lord Michael Heseltine and Ken McKenzie celebrate the launch.

Mark Ingrouille, CEO of Publicis' Thailand operations and Asia-Pacific director of business development, said, This is exactly what the industry needs. The client base emphasis is brilliant.

Holding a copy of the magazine, Neil Stewart, CEO of Maxus Asia-Pacific, added, The front cover is very shiny. Seriously, people will always pay for and read a great quality publication. This looks, feels and smells like the real deal.

Matthew Godfrey, president YR Asia, said, This magazine is a...

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