Sep 20, 2019

Women to Watch 2019: list coming on Monday

All entries have been carefully reviewed and will be unveiled to Campaign membership on Monday, September 23rd.

Women to Watch 2019: list coming on Monday

We are delighted to announce that Campaign's Women to Watch 2019 will be revealed on Monday, September 23. 

Women to Watch, compiled annually by our senior editorial team, is a list of profiles of 40 women from the marketing, media, advertising and communications industries across Asia-Pacific who are outpacing the competition with their achievements in the workplace. 

Campaign's senior editors have carefully read, analysed and discussed every entry to select the 40 we feel are the most impressive and deserving of this commendation. Those on the list will be contacted individually on Monday to confirm their achievement.

While we will feature a photo of every woman on the watch list in the coming weeks, the full list with profiles is only available to Campaign members as part of our premium content

For more information on subscribing to Campaign and the full benefits of Campaign membership, please click here or contact memberships manager Nick Impey @ [email protected] or call him at +65 9771 3034.

Read about previous Women to Watch winners in these galleries


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