Staff
Jan 28, 2019

MediaWorks 2019 to empower APAC's future media leaders

Now in its 14th year, MediaWorks has become a pivotal learning experience for top talent in the APAC media, marketing and advertising industry.

MediaWorks 2019 to empower APAC's future media leaders

MediaWorks XIV returns to Bangkok on 22-25 May 2019

As the media and communications industry changes, client-facing roles require increasing nimbleness and innovation to meet new demands. MediaWorks was borne out of a desire to accelerate the performance of excellent agency talent across the region. Now in its 14th year, it has become a career milestone for the region’s top talent.

In 2019, the four-day training experience happens 22-25 May returning to Bangkok to challenge the latest batch of rising stars. Working in multi-disciplinary teams, these promising individuals will develop and execute their media strategy before presenting to a panel of experts, including the client representative. In the process, they gain critical training in four core areas: insights, strategy, actionable ideas and presentation. The winning team will be crowned the MediaWorks champion 2019.

What to expect for MediaWorks 2019

Participants can look forward to another intensive course, filled with important moments of learning, collaboration, discovery, mentorship and celebration. Over four days, the delegates will be guided by the industry’s agency and communications leaders as they tackle a real brief from a real client. Delegates will have a unique, hands-on experience to examine the obstacles facing the next generation, gain techniques and strategies to win business, develop effective storytelling skills and learn how to be creative while delivering marketing objectives. This year’s programme brochure is now available here.

With past clients from top brands, including Motorola, LVMH, Coca-Cola, Huawei and more, MediaWorks is an unforgettable experience for the passionate agency professional. What can you expect at MediaWorks? Watch the 2018 trailer:

Who should attend?

  • Media planners and buyers
  • Account managers
  • Advertising sales
  • Agency planners
  • Brand marketers
  • Content producers
  • Planning and accounts directors
  • Digital managers
  • Client service managers
  • Agency creatives
  • Other industry-related functions

Ready for the MediaWorks challenge?

Save on your MediaWorks registration with the CNY Special Offer, valid until 20 February only! For more information, contact [email protected].

 

Delegate & Programme Information
Joanne Ma
Senior Events Manager
Tel: (+852) 2122 5254
Email: [email protected]

Sponsorship Opportunities
Atifa Silk
Brand Director
Tel: (+852) 3175 5933
Email: [email protected]

 

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