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.
From inverted Christmas trees to kung fu chefs, we take a look at the marketing teams working to promote some of the biggest luxury hotels in Asia.
The MD of Digitas China, Sharon Ho, shares her thoughts on representations of women in advertising and the most important actions female leaders can take to drive equality.
We assess Y&R's 2017 performance in APAC, based on its business results, its innovation and initiatives, its work and awards and its people and leadership.
Instead of making sure your company "shows up" as a company that supports women, it's much more productive to spend that time and effort working with women within your organization, says Zambezi's CEO.
Brands are starting to take on a bigger social role, but not all are adept at negotiating the required sensitivities.
Provoking important discussions is one way brands can make emotional connections with consumers.
Audiences can only be manipulated so many times before the waters of goodwill become polluted by cynicism.
One creative director in Tokyo is frustrated by a reluctance to speak out, but believes numbers can help shock the industry into action.
We hope this in-depth exploration will illuminate key issues surrounding gender inequality in marketing and communications in Asia.
Will our daughters be fighting the same battles we fight today?
From men behaving badly to women ascending to power, a look back at recent coverage of gender-equality in the marketing-communications industry.
What does the emancipation of an entire generation of Chinese women in the new economy mean for brands?
On International Women's day, iProspect APAC CEO Joanna Catalano asks women to reflect on a powerful opportunity to support and inspire future leaders.