Staff Writer
Feb 24, 2017

Seeking nominations: China's Digital A-List

Are you a successful digital technology doer, dreamer or enabler in China? Maybe you know someone who is? It's time to nominate her or him for the 2017 Digital A-list.

Seeking nominations: China's Digital A-List

Campaign China is now opening nominations for this year's Digital A-List, the categorical 'who's who' of mainland China’s digital marketing scene. Nominations will be open from now until March 10th, to recognise the best, brightest and most creative talent in the industry. 

Whether you’re a highly-skilled digerati of the marketing, creative, advertising, media, technology, e-commerce or a mover and shaker in the live-streaming and e-sports communities, joining the Digital A-List will be a career-defining moment. 

This year Campaign has created three special categories to recognise a wider variety of contributors to China's vibrant digital marketing scene:

Doers

These are the builders of new technologies.  Individuals who conquer the technicalities and intricacies of digital marketing, getting the job done with excellence. Their focus can run the gamut: from adtech, martech, digital creativity, social media content hardware products, software development, programmatic buying, anti-fraud and brand security, e-commerce, O2O, data mining, processing & analytics, CRM, search marketing, virtual reality, artificial intelligence to the emerging scenes of e-sports and live-streaming.

Dreamers

We want to recognise those who think outside the box, individuals who persevere to transform visions or high-risk endeavours, into reality within the harsh, KPI-driven China market. Examples include serial entrepreneurs, unconventional thinkers, applied academics, those experimenting with futuristic technologies and lifetime achievers who never give up on their digital dreams.

Enablers

We cannot forget the ones who feed and nurture the industry.  Venture capitalists, angel investors, technology accelerators, consultants and facilitators have a critical role to play in bringing hidden technology and capabilities to light.

To nominate yourself, or anyone you know for any of these categories, please visit our Digital A-list nomination page for more information on selection criteria.

Those who make the list will be featured in Campaign magazine's April issue and will be celebrated at cocktail night in Shanghai on April 11th. 

Good luck to all entrants!

 

 

Source:
Campaign China

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