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Mar 19, 2020

MediaWorks announces new September dates

The four-day intensive training experience for young media professionals will take place from September 9 through 12 in Bangkok.

MediaWorks announces new September dates

MediaWorks 2020 (originally scheduled for May 13 through 16) will now take place September 9 through 12 at the Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse.

The change in date is in response to the travel restrictions resulting from Covid-19, and to ensure the safety for all of the delegates, mentors, partners and staff, given the uncertainty of current conditions.

Now in its 15th year, MediaWorks aims to drive consistently excellent work across the region by developing the industry’s future leaders. The four-day training programme is a career milestone for Asia Pacific’s rising stars, as participants are tasked with developing insights and strategy for a client brief while honing their skills in four key areas: insight, strategy, actionable ideas and presentation.

Please see mediaworks.asia for more information and registration, or contact:

General enquiry: mediaworks@haymarket.asia

Delegate and programme Information

Zamir Khan, Head of Awards Events
Direct: +852 2122 5273
Email: zamir.khan@haymarket.asia

Kaling Man, Event Manager
Direct: +852 3175 1993
Email: kaling.man@haymarket.asia

Sponsorship opportunities

Gareth Scott, Commercial Director
Direct: +65 6579-0556
Email: gareth.scott@haymarket.asia

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