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Aug 5, 2019

Spikes Asia adds to speaker lineup

The creative festival, taking place September 25 through 27, announces additional speakers including Michael Roth, chairman and CEO of IPG.

Spikes Asia adds to speaker lineup

Spikes Asia has announced the following new speakers for the 2019 festival, taking place September 25 through 27 in Singapore (listed clockwise from top left in the picture above):

Michael Roth
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Interpublic Group

Wei Soong Toh
Paralympic athlete, winner of three gold medals at the ASEAN Para Games

Youngmin Pipha Cho
Executive Creative Director
Cheil Worldwide

Jerome Louis
General Manager
Toyota Motor Asia Pacific

Irene Joshy
Regional Head of Creative

Linna Zhao
Head of Insights
Wavemaker China

Sonal Dabral
Chief Creative Officer, South and South East Asia; Vice Chairman, India

The Festival's overarching content theme will be ‘Asia Rising’, reflecting a renewed focus on celebrating the best of this region's growing creative communications industry. The festival will showcase inspiring content from agency creatives, strategists, brand marketers and creatives from outside the industry who have compelling stories to share. Delegates can look forward to three days of exciting content revolving around the five key content tracks of Communications, Effectiveness, Innovation, Experience and Reach across four stages, featuring over 100 speakers. The most updated speakers line-up is available here.

Meanwhile, the entry deadline for the Spikes Asia awards is August 16.

Spikes Asia is a joint venture of Ascential Events and Haymarket Media (the publisher of Campaign Asia-Pacific). 

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