Robert Sawatzky
Oct 20, 2019

Welcome to Campaign Wake-Up

Catch up on global industry news to start your day.

Welcome to Campaign Wake-Up

Good morning, Asia-Pacific!

We at Campaign want to bring you more timely news and analysis of the marketing communications industry and know that many of you like to start your day by catching up with industry headlines.

So beginning this morning, we'll be sending you a early news bulletin aimed at letting you know what's been happening overnight, with relevant updates from around the world, courtesy of Campaign's global network in the UK, US and Middle East and our other content partners like Jing Daily.

We'll also bring you stories out of Asia that may have been published after our regular daily newsletter has gone out. That daily bulletin, by the way, will continue as usual with all the pertinent news of the day. 

By splitting our lengthy newsletter into two more manageable reads, we hope you'll be able to start your day fully caught up on what's happening. Enjoy!

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