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Sep 27, 2019

Spikes Asia 2019 live coverage

Our liveblog coverage of Spikes Asia 2019 heads into day three. See all the insights gathered by our editors from the festival floor, plus the latest shortlists for tonight's awards.

Coverage of Spikes Asia 2019 from our team at Suntec in Singapore. Presented liveblog style with the newest content at the top. You can also explore all our Spikes Asia coverage here, and follow us on Twitter for updates.

DAY THREE Friday 27 September

6.00pm - Campaign editors' day-three wrapup



3.45pm - Creating for the Woke Generation

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