Olivia Parker
Jul 6, 2018

Women to Watch 2018: Deadline extended to July 20

By popular demand, Campaign will now accept nominations for Women to Watch 2018 through July 20.

Women to Watch 2018: Deadline extended to July 20

The deadline to submit nominations for this year's Women to Watch, a list of 40 of the Asia region's brightest female stars in the marketing, media, advertising and PR industry, has been extended to July 20 due to popular demand. 

The Women to Watch list has for many years acted as a watershed roundup of some of the most exciting female talent in the region, celebrating their achievements, their work and their potential. 

Those nominated say that making the list has made a substantial impact on their professional and personal lives. "Women to Watch is a very visible, external acknowledgement within the industry. But I think it’s a great internal boost as well—making the list can give you a shot of self-belief," said Rebecca Bezzina, VP, managing director, R/GA, who featured on the 2017 list. 

Many of those nominated in last year's Women to Watch list have also been promoted since their names were published on the list. 

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