Emily Tan
Apr 17, 2015

It's time to buy your tickets for Spikes Asia

SINGAPORE - Spikes Asia, the region's most prestigious creative awards, has opened delegate registrations for this year's festival. Buy before 15 July for the early-bird rate.

It's time to buy your tickets for Spikes Asia

Running from 9 to 11 September, the three-day Festival will include seminars, tech talks and forums from both international and local industry leaders across a wide variety of topics reflecting the issues faced by professionals in the region.

“Spikes Asia is a fantastic opportunity for the creative communications community in the Asia-Pacific region to celebrate and be inspired by the work," said Andrea Hayes, festival director, Spikes Asia. "The Festival brings together people from all areas of the industry and provides an occasion for collaboration, training and networking."

With exclusive access to the Spikes Asia shortlist exhibitions and screenings, delegates of the festival can look at, feel inspired by and learn from some of the best work from the region. Alongside this is a structured range of training and learning experiences, as the festival continues to focus on developing those at all stages of their career, while also encouraging rising stars to hone their skills.

Buy a pass before 15 July and get an early bird rate of SG$1,150 (US$853), after which the package will cost you SG$1,300 (US$964). 

For more information, and to register, go to www.spikes.asia

 

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