Staff Reporters
Feb 21, 2024

Women to Watch Greater China 2024

Campaign unveils its fourth iteration of 15 outstanding and inspiring female talents shaping the marketing and communications industry across Greater China.

Women to Watch Greater China 2024

Much like our annual APAC Women to Watch feature, Campaign's Women to Watch Greater China seeks to celebrate women with inspirational stories, strong business achievements and a passion for driving the industry forward. Over recent years, we have witnessed the members of our Women to Watch list move through the ranks, win awards, smash glass ceilings, and open new chapters in their professional lives. 

This 2024 list marks the fourth time that Campaign has encouraged nominations written in Chinese, assembled a panel of Chinese-speaking judges to evaluate and choose from among the many amazing entries we received, and published the results simultaneously in both English and Chinese. 

This year's judging team comprising Campaign editorial members and a past Women to Watch Greater China winner, had a tough task set out for them. The competition was fierce. After two rounds of judging, debating, and scoring, we're proud to finally have a list of 15 exceptional female talents. Each with inspiring career stories, diverse backgrounds, and vastly different geographies across Greater China—from Beijing to Shanghai to Taipei and Hong Kong, as well as the Greater Bay Area. 

Campaign sincerely thanks the judges who were generous with their time, expertise, and care when carrying out the imperative role of assessing, discussing, and narrowing down entries. Due to a change in circumstances, Robert Sawatzky, editorial director, Haymarket Media Asia, also stepped in to complete the 2nd round of judging: 

  • Aileen Yuan, Standard Chartered Bank, Women to Watch Greater China 2022
  • Minne Wang, senior reporter, Greater China, Campaign Asia-Pacific
  • Robert Sawatzky, Editorial director, Haymarket Media Asia
L-R: Aileen Yuan, Minnie Wang and Robert Sawatzky

We would also like to take a moment to thank the organisations and individuals who took the time to nominate themselves, their colleagues or friends, and those who provided endorsements.

Finally, congratulations to this year's group of Women to Watch Greater China—we have no doubt that everyone on this list is only just getting started!

The 2024 Women to Watch Greater China are (in alphabetical order by given name):

Amanda Ma
Delicia Tan
Hong Kong 
Felicia Hartono
MGV Innovation Limited
Hong Kong 
Florence Kong
We Glow
Hong Kong 
Jasmine Huang
Prodigious, Publicis Groupe
Mo Chen
Paloma Ho
Omnicom Media Group
Penny Chow
MBCS, IPG Mediabrands
Hong Kong 
Rachel Gao
Sherry Pan
IPG Mediabrands
Stephanie Yang
The Hoffman Agency
Sylvie Liu
Terry Chiang
Wenni Lin
The Trade Desk
Xin Wang
Denstu Creative

Read about previous Women to Watch Greater China
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