"There was no collaboration in my first week", chuckled Publicis Hong Kong CEO Tom Kao in our exclusive interview, sharing his plans for the unification of the group's 13 sub-agencies.
Ogilvy's APAC managing partner and head of social discusses how embracing a diverse workforce means not forcing employees to 'fit'.
Consumers report website crashes and other errors on the company’s biggest sales event of the year.
More than 30 domestic ad agencies are crying foul after Chinese electric-car brand BYD indirectly absolved itself of payment obligations for RMB1.1 billion worth of ad production fees.
Indonesian PR agency joins Havas Village in partnership agreement.
By popular demand, Campaign will now accept nominations for Women to Watch 2018 through July 20.
Grey, Sea, BBH, DDB, Ogilvy, Reuter Communications, Ada and more, in our weekly collection of people moves and account news.
APAC wins, festival highlights and hot topics, all in one place
Warren Johnson of W Communications says it's time for PR agencies, particularly in Asia, to show off their creative powers.
The Works, Wavemaker, Eff Creative Group, BBH, Edelman, Golin, Interbrand, MullenLowe, Leo Burnett, Jaywing and more, in our weekly collection of people moves and account news.
As the festival inches to a close, our editors discussed a few issues that have surfaced so far this year.
As the festival inches to a close, Ascential CEO reflects on whether the lower attendance will be the new normal.
McCann, Ogilvy, Initiative and more, in our weekly collection of people moves and account news.
Southeast Asia among the target markets for acquisitions for the new-look AMO network, Havas CEO Yannick Bollore said.
The 2018 PR Awards Asia were handed out in a ceremony Wednesday evening in Hong Kong.
Our editors' shared insights from Campaign's conference on the evolution of communications, which took place in Hong Kong on 13 June.
PHD, Naked, Valtech and more, in our weekly collection of people moves and account news.
Focus on the evolution of PR in APAC at CampaignComms, taking place Wednesday (13 June) in Hong Kong.
Wunderman's 10th-anniversary campaign for the longest-running LGBTQ event in China highlights a rainbow-coloured Chinese number 10 (十) hidden in Chinese surnames.
We are delighted to open nominations for the annual Women to Watch list, celebrating high achieving women in Asia's marketing and media industry.
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