Staff Reporters
Feb 7, 2017

Women Leading Change Awards: Now open for entries

The awards will be presented at the Campaign360 Charity Dinner in aid of Mother’s Choice on 22 March.

Women Leading Change Awards: Now open for entries

Campaign Asia-Pacific invites nominations for the Women Leading Change Awards, presented in partnership with Maxus.

The awards recognises and honour women leaders who have achieved industry success and business excellence at the highest levels of leadership. Nominations are now open for the women who, over the last 12 months, have shown outstanding leadership and fostered groundbreaking innovation in the media and marketing industry.

There are five individual categories:

  • Vision
  • Rising Stars
  • Creative Leader
  • Technology Leader
  • Business Leader

For more information on each category, visit the website or download the Entry Guide.

Nominations close 27 February.

The entry fee is US$125.

For Award enquiries, contact Angelia Teo,

The Awards will be presented at the Campaign360 Charity Dinner in aid of Mother’s Choice, on 22 March at The China Club, Hong Kong. Tickets to the Campaign360 Charity Dinner include the Awards presentation, dinner, drinks, and the opportunity to raise record amounts of money for Mother’s Choice through our annual silent auction.

For further information and to book your seat contact Polly Hochio,

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