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Sep 23, 2014

Spikes Asia 2014 kicks off

SINGAPORE - The 2014 edition of Spikes Asia has begun. Stay tuned here for all the best session highlights, pictures, award info, party reports and social-media chatter.

Spikes Asia 2014 kicks off

Campaign Asia-Pacific has six editors attending the festival, and more following the madness from the Hong Kong office, so check back often for our take on what's happening on and off the stage. Spikes news will be all over the home page, of course, and we'll be archiving all of it here. Our daily bulletin this week will be dominated by Spikes coverage as well.

You can also dial into #SpikesAsia and @CampaignAsia on Twitter for a barrage of real-time highlights. If you're attending, please tweet at us with anything you think we should know about. Each day, we'll also be compiling our favourite Twitter bits for your enjoyment. Here's today's installment, which we'll keep adding to as the day goes on.

And whether you're attending or not, the Spikes app, powered by PHD, is a great way to keep on top of what's happening.


Here's a peek at what's to come, by the numbers:



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