Stock picture houses and media companies are making more efforts to use photos that represent a broader spectrum of people, particularly women, than they have in the past. But while this could have big implications for advertising, there may still be a lot of work to do.
Sexual harassment is endemic, a systemic "rot" at the heart of the industry, says advertising's Cindy Gallop. She is sure that in India's adland, where the #MeToo movement appears to have slowed, just as in the rest of the world, there are many more developments to come.
Grey Dhaka brought Bangladesh's United Commercial Bank and the grocery company Shwapno together in this effort to help farmers convert their spare food into savings.
The joining of two pioneer shops, Echo and RevoTech, is a first for the frontier market. Echo's Anthony Larmon explains why the move is of "huge significance" on both an industry and a personal level—and how ERA hopes to make communications cool again.
A smart idea to help people realise that they treat mental health differently to physical health in Hong Kong will see the winning team from Edelman travel to the Cannes Lions this year.
Gabriela Guerra successfully campaigned against discrimination in Brazil's 'Young Lions' competition. Here the 2019 Cannes 'See It Be It' finalist shares her thoughts on equality (lacking), the overwork epidemic and the creative benefits of living in her new home, Singapore.
Is DDB and Foxtel's 2,000 square metre virtual graveyard built to 'honour' late Game of Thrones characters excessive? Exceptionally so—but it's all in the spirit of the unbridled hype surrounding the final season of the HBO series.
Campaign and Kantar invite you to take our survey assessing how much companies in Asia have achieved in their pursuit of "diversity", whether it relates to gender, age, race or any other factor. One participant will win a ticket to our Women Leading Change event in Singapore, to hear the results.
The development comes after Banerjee initiated police proceedings when sexual harassment claims against him caused a business loss of over US$1 million and the resignation of over 40 staff members, according to his lawyer.
We could have called it the 'ultimate' list of best work from the region, but that would offend our appreciation of the variety of subjective responses to creativity. So we ask for your faith in our judgement—and for your help to expand this epic list from 50 to 100.
VIDEO: Interviewed at Campaign360 the week before the Christchurch attacks, Neil Stewart's remarks now hold greater significance in the light of what happened.
Serving consumers with personalised messaging is a much more nuanced business than simply recording the way they like their eggs cooked, say senior China brand experts from Mars, Accor and McCann Health speaking at the Digital360Festival in Shanghai.
Text, images and video takeaways from the Digital360Festival, which took place March 28 in Shanghai.
We explore the work of some successful non-Chinese influencers working in China and ask whether they command more or less influence than their local counterparts—and whether that's changing.
The agency's global CCO talks about her worries for role-switching millennials, why we're about to see a "beautiful change" in favour of creativity and how work from New Zealand might change post-Christchurch.
The MD of the Sydney branch leaves to focus on strategy, according to the agency.
Campaign understands that the former CEO of Carat Asia Pacific, who in January was named head of DAN's newly formed One Singapore Media Group, is to leave the company.
Andy Zonfrillo took some time at Campaign360 to share his thoughts on in-housing, internal client relationships and the challenges of agency life today.
Teeman and Hughes have followed Susana Tsui out of Dentsu Aegis Network's doors, Campaign learns, as the group executes a major leadership restructure in the region. Here we round up all of the changes so far this year.
At Campaign360, three senior agency representatives and a "client in the hot seat" discussed how a skills gap in agency talent is leaving the door open for consultancies.