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Feb 6, 2018

Women Leading Change Awards 2018: Open for entries

Nominate the women who you feel have shown exceptional leadership over the last 12 months.

The Women Leading Change Awards are now in their second year
The Women Leading Change Awards are now in their second year

Campaign Asia-Pacific's Women Leading Change Awards 2018 has opened for entries, calling for nominations of the marketing and media industry's brightest and best female change-makers. 

Now in its second year, the Awards aim to nuture and champion women who have achieved notable accomplishments in their workplaces, including standing up for positive values that endorse equality and diversity. 

2017 saw Ruth Stubbs, global president of Dentsu Aegis Network's iProspect, win the top honour of 'Vision' leader, in recognition of a stellar career that started some 27 years ago as a media planner. Other winners included 'Business leader' Joanne Lao of TBWA, 'Rising Star' Jeraldine Phneah of Socialbakers, 'Technology Leader' Yean Cheong of Cadreon and 'Creative Leader' Youmi Cho of Publicis One.

To find out more about nominating someone, including eligibility, entry fee, supporting materials and the judging process, download the 2018 entry kit. Enter here before the deadlines below.

Key dates:

Entries open: 5 February
Early-bird deadline: 29 March
Entry deadline: 11 April
Awards celebration: 31 May

Ticket sales for the awards ceremony in Singapore will commence from Thursday, 3 May, and will be sold on a first-come-first-served basis. Please visit www.womenleadingchangeawards.com or contact the organiser at [email protected] for any enquiries. 

Here's a video produced following last year's awards: 

 

 

 

 

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