Staff Writers
Feb 28, 2014

Who’s on China’s digital A-list? Maybe you

CHINA - Ever since Singles' Day clocked up US$5 billion worth of e-commerce sales back in November, China’s digital chops have grabbed centre stage. Increasingly, the industry looks to the mainland to see who the latest digital leaders are. Campaign’s A-List seeks to name them and you have a chance to say who makes it.

Send nominations to digitalalist@campaignasia.com today
Send nominations to digitalalist@campaignasia.com today

To some degree, we already know who you are. But this industry is as fast paced as the bits and bytes that drive it. So we’re inviting nominations for inclusion in our inaugural Digital A-List. Consider it a crowdsourcing effort. You know who’s doing groundbreaking work in your office, so give them a chance to shine. We’re still accepting nominations for a short time.

Here’s the selection criteria to be considered for Campaign's Digital A-List (China)

  • Must have spent a minimum of 12 months working in China
  • Must hold an influential role at a brand, agency or media company
  • Must be a leader in his/her digital field with proven ability, experience and clout
  • Must be able to demonstrate key digital successes or achievements in the past 12 months (2013)

If the prestige of digirati designation isn’t enough to tempt you, there’s also a gala to honour those who make the cut. The In-Real-Life event follows on Campaign’s first Digital360 China conference, which gathers top innovators, thinkers and coders to share insights and opinions about the digital state of marketing in China and the world over. Keep an eye on your daily bulletin for more information.

Send A-List nominations (yourself, your boss or otherwise) to digitalalist@campaignasia.com today. Short-listed nominees will receive a formal invitation to complete an online form to finalize their application.

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