Staff Reporters
Feb 23, 2015

Women to watch: We want to know about your rising stars

ASIA-PACIFIC - Campaign Asia-Pacific will once again showcase 20 of the industry’s top ‘women to watch’, and is looking for your nominations.

To be published in May, this special feature will reveal the women who are making their mark in the region’s marketing and media industries.

To help us do this, we invite you to put forward up to two names from your company, with an explanation as to why you feel they stand out.

There are no restrictions as to disciplines, and no minimummaximum age limit for the candidate. But we are...

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