Newly created Xiklab Digital becomes one of the largest Filipino-owned digital creative agencies, with roughly 100 staff.
Nearly a year after the merger, VMLY&R’s chief executive reflects on progress so far, on comparing notes with Wunderman Thompson and on applying lessons from China.
Six months into her new job as global CEO of IAS, Lisa Utzschneider is rolling out new offerings swiftly in a bid to push the pace, but says she still sleeps well at night.
Big electronics and FMCG still rule, but Shopee's surge and McDonald's rise make for interesting storylines.
Comfort foods remain tops, but the prevalence of handset brands and service providers among the Philippines' strongest local brands shows mobility matters.
Bench and Penshoppe have found winning formulas to keep global fast fashion competitors at bay.
VP and managing director of Publicis Sapient in Singapore has left the business after nine years.
Managing partner of Publicis Groupe APAC expands her remit yet again, now taking direct responsibility for Greater China, Japan and Korea.
APAC wins, festival highlights and hot topics, all in one place.
CANNES IN SHORTS: At the launch of PHD's new book, Overthrow II, co-author Malcolm Devoy explains how big established brands ought to react to purpose-driven challengers in their category.
Asia-Pacific’s poor showing at the 2019 Cannes Lions might reflect a broader East-West disconnect in the global marketing industry. But it’s not time to give up.
CANNES IN SHORTS: Bill Yom says while Asia only picked up a bronze, the region has all the elements needed to do better
It's Day 5. No question, there are some tired eyes and long faces. But there are also some very excited creatives gearing up for the final awards gala tonight. Stick with Campaign - we've got you covered!
India’s Kawal Shoor and Navin Talreja are back at Cannes, with reason to feel vindicated.
Yesterday was exciting. We saw Sheryl Sandberg stand up for Facebook, shielded ourselves from Gary Vaynerchuk's highly popular invective and watched in alarm as Extinction Rebellion protesters took over the red carpet steps. What will happen today?!
CANNES IN SHORTS: Oatly's chief creative officer doesn't like marketing, advertising, brands or selling things. But he wants to fuel a sustainability movement around plant-based milk and make people smile.
It's the third day of baking heat along the Croisette. Coming up: our notes, pictures and thoughts on what's happening at Cannes, from IPG women's breakfast this morning to Massive Music and Media Monks' MMMbassy party tonight.
Philip Thomas sees positive signs for the Festival so far from Asian entries, CMO participation.
CANNES IN SHORTS: The global CEO of Havas Creative says consumers don't mind being pitched but simply want it done honestly.
Today's agenda for our editors includes hearing Tencent's new luxury products report, meeting some of the great and good from McCann, whose Shanghai team has been winning big already, and finding out whether Lovot the Japanese robot is as cute as everyone says.