Staff Reporters
Aug 19, 2013

What campaigns do you most admire, and most despise?

Take this five-question survey focusing on the creative of the past 40 years.

What campaigns do you most admire, and most despise?

We're getting ready to celebrate 40 years of covering marketing in Asia (first as Media magazine and later as Campaign Asia-Pacific). We'll have a special October issue and some exciting interactive online features devoted to looking back at the significant milestones of the past 40 years—and forward to the next 40 years.

As part of all that, we need your input. We want your help in identifying some of the key past events and in guessing what's to come. To that end, we're going to release a series of quick surveys focusing on People, The Work, The Industry, and The Future. The second one, on The Work, appears below.

The best responses will be featured in our celebratory coverage (with your name if you choose to provide it). Please take a few minutes to give us your thoughts, and share this with your colleagues. After all, it's your industry.

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