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Jan 16, 2020

MediaWorks 2020 now open for registration

Campaign's four-day competitive training and mentorship experience is set for May 13 through 16 in Bangkok.

MediaWorks 2020 now open for registration

Registration is now open for MediaWorks 2020, taking place May 13 through 16 in Bangkok.

Now entering its 15th year, MediaWorks aims to increase performance and drive consistently excellent work across the region by developing motivated rising stars.

The intensive four-day training experience continues to be a career milestone for Asia Pacific’s future leaders, as participants develop insights and a strategy for a real-world client brief. Past clients for the experience have included Grab, Hauwei, LVMH, Oreo, Coca-Cola and UBS.

Attendees will receive guidance from mentors and engage in training that develops their skills in four key areas: insight, strategy, actionable ideas and presentation.

Through workshop-style breakout sessions and guidance from industry experts who impart best-practice techniques and strategies, MediaWorks provides unparalleled exposure, collaboration and networking, teaching attendees how to win business, be creative and deliver marketing objectives.

Who should attend?

  • Media planners & buyers
  • Account managers
  • Advertising sales
  • Agency planners
  • Brand marketers
  • Content producers
  • Planning & accounts directors
  • Digital managers
  • Client service managers
  • Agency creatives

Venue

  • Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse

More information

Event website:

www.mediaworks.asia

Delegate & Programme Information:

Zamir Khan
Head of Awards Events
Tel: +852 2122 5273

Kaling Man
Event Manager
Tel: +852 3175 1993

General enquiry:

MediaWorks Team

Sponsorship opportunities:

Gareth Scott
Commercial Director
Tel: +65 6579-0556

 

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