Olivia Parker , Faaez Samadi
Jun 4, 2018

4 key takeaways from the Women Leading Change conference

One year on from Campaign's inaugural gender diversity study, there's still an enormous amount of work to do.

Atifa Silk, Campaign Asia-Pacific brand manager, opens the conference

The Women Leading Change conference, which took place in Google's futuristic Singapore headquarters on Friday, was a gathering of senior executives and bright minds from around Asia Pacific to debate the state of gender equality in the media and marketing industry. 

The conference kicked off with the results of Campaign Asia-Pacific and Kantar's exclusive survey on the subject, presented by Kantar's Anne Rayner and Trez Chan. 

Here are four...

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