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Feb 19, 2024

Women Leading Change Awards 2024 is now open for entries

Entries are now open for you to nominate and celebrate the remarkable female professionals who inspire through their innovations and leadership qualities. Get your submissions in before the final deadline extension on 12 March.

Women Leading Change Awards 2024 is now open for entries
Campaign Asia-Pacific's Women Leading Change Awards 2024 have announced their jury lineup. Now in its eighth year, the annual Awards continue to celebrate the outstanding women who challenge, innovate, and lead across our industry. They align with Campaign's unwavering dedication to promoting diversity, inclusion, and equality and spotlight regional business leaders, change-makers, and emerging talents who defy biases and stereotypes.
 
The formidable jury comprises leading brand marketers, agency leaders, HR professionals, digital and tech practitioners, regional heads of client services, and other marketing field experts.
 
The 2024 jury members are (listed as shown above, left to right, starting from the top row):
 
Abhinav Sharma
Managing director, head of Colleague and Client Services, Asia North & Australia, Asia South, Japan, Citi
 
Aleli Arcilla
VP and managing director, Mondelēz International, Philippines
 
Anna Soliman
Agency Development lead, APAC, Meta
 
Cattreeya Thithiwongsawet
Asia Regional Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion leader, Seagate Technology
 
Dhiren Amin
Chief customer officer, Income Insurance
 
Helen Hidvegi
Senior director, Brand and Program Marketing, Warner Bros. Discovery
 
Madhavi Lall
Managing director and head of Human Resources, India, Deutsche Bank
 
Michelle Tan
Head of marketing, Asia, Aesop
 
Monika Mikusova
Regional senior director of Marketing, foodpanda

*More judges to be announced soon.

Key Dates:
 
Early-bird deadline: Monday, 5 February 2024
Standard deadline: Thursday, 22 February 2024
Final deadline: Wednesday, 6 March 2024. Now extended to Tuesday, 12 March, 2024.
Shortlists Announcement: Thursday, 18 April 2024
Winners Announcement: Tuesday, 14 May 2024
 
On all dates, entries will be accepted until 6 pm HK/SG time (UTC/GMT +8:00)
 
Entry fees: 
 
Early-bird entry: HKD2,750 
Standard entry: HKD3,050
Final entry fee: HKD3,650
 
Entry fees are payable in Hong Kong Dollars (HKD). 
A separate fee is required for each entry submission. 
Entry fees are due at the time of submission and are non-refundable. 
Entry submissions that are not paid for will not proceed to the judging stage and Haymarket Media Limited will retain the right to claim unpaid entry fees.
 
Eligibility period: 
 
All entries should relate to achievements ONLY from 1 January 2023 to 6 March 2024.
 
Written entries that do not focus on the eligibility period but include achievements outside the eligibility period will be disqualified. Campaign reserves the right to reject any work it feels does not comply with the spirit of the awards.
 
Campaign wants a list that celebrates a diversity of markets, so we encourage companies to spotlight their talent from across the region.
 
For more information, visit the Women Leading Change Awards Asia-Pacific 2024 website here.
 
Source:
Campaign Asia

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