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Mar 8, 2019

Today is the early bird deadline for Women Leading Change Awards 2019

Don't delay to qualify for early priced entries to the Women Leading Change awards in Singapore on 4 June.

Today is the early bird deadline for Women Leading Change Awards 2019

Campaign Asia-Pacific's deadline for early bird entries to the Women Leading Change Awards 2019 is today. Entries will each be priced $20 lower for those received by 6pm SIN/HK on March 8, 2019.

Now in its third year, the Awards set out to champion change makers, leaders, achievers and rising stars who have shown outstanding leadership and fostered groundbreaking innovation in the media and marketing industry in Asia.

This year Campaign Asia-Pacific is delighted to announce four new award categories:

  1. People: Diversity Champion (open to men or women)
  2. Company: Game Changer of the Year (all type of organisations)
  3. Campaign: Women Leading Change Campaign
  4. Campaign: Women Leading Change Campaign (Non-Profit)

To find out more about nominating someone, including eligibility, entry fee, awards categories, supporting materials and the judging process, download the 2019 entry kit here.

Enter here before the deadlines below:

Women Leading Change Awards Key Dates
Early Bird Entry Deadline:  TODAY - Friday, 8 March 2019
Standard Entry Deadline: Monday, 8 April 2019
Shortlist Announcement: Tuesday, 14 May 2019
Awards Presentation: Tuesday, 4 June 2019 | Singapore

Ticket sales to the awards ceremony will commence from Friday, 3 May 2019 and sold on a first-come-first-served basis.

Visit www.womenleadingchange.asia/awards for more information or contact the Awards Team at [email protected] for any enquiries.

Take a glimpse into last year’s awards ceremony: 

 

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