Olivia Parker
Aug 16, 2018

Women to Watch 2018: Top talents in APAC marketing and communications

Meet 40 women whose achievements, we hope, will inspire, delight and astound you—and quite possibly make you realise you're not working hard enough.

L-R: Chan Su Ling of Ensemble, Aditi Kohli of Near and Jane Morgan of Golin, three of the 2018 Women to Watch

There's nothing like a few sessions judging the entries submitted to our annual Women to Watch list to make one feel one should really be working harder. Our judging team, made up of senior editorial members of Campaign Asia-Pacific, felt that this year's collection of over 100 entries was stronger than ever, and the sheer scale of achievements of the final 40 women we narrowed the list down to makes for quite phenomenal reading.

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