The winners of the Women Leading Change Awards were revealed Thursday night in Singapore.
Leaders from a wide range of industries will discuss overcoming unconscious bias and discrimination on both the individual and industry levels.
The Women Leading Change Awards will be presented on Thursday, 31 May in Singapore.
A year-long campaign celebrating and nurturing women of achievement working among us in the media and marketing industry; building a community of stakeholders through engaging and empowering content, online and offline; reaching peak awareness in the run up to the 2018 Women Leading Change Awards on the 31st of May.
10 days remain for early-bird entries, and the final deadline is 11 April. Review the categories and meet the jury.
Nominate the women who you feel have shown exceptional leadership over the last 12 months.
One year on from Campaign's inaugural gender diversity study, there's still an enormous amount of work to do.
On 15 August Campaign Asia-Pacific and Maxus hosted the latest Women Leading Change event in Singapore, welcoming women, men and everyone in between to discuss men’s opportunity in eliminating gender bias.
Campaign Asia-Pacific presented the inaugural Women Leading Change Awards tonight in Hong Kong.
The awards will be presented at the Campaign360 Charity Dinner in aid of Mother’s Choice on 22 March.
A total of 57 women are up for awards in five categories.
The iProspect global president tells Campaign about her path to winning the Vision Award in Campaign's Women Leading Change Awards last week.
The inaugural Women Leading Change Awards were presented at the Campaign360 Charity Dinner held in aid of Mother's Choice on 22 March in Hong Kong.
Women Leading Change Awards winners share their thoughts on why change is not a given, the #MeToo movement in Asia and their hopes for the next generation of female talent.
The Herculean, nay, Nüwaen efforts of these pioneers are steadily turning our industry into a more prosperous, open-minded and generally desirable place to work—and not only for women.
CEOs and key players in the marketing and media world share their vision of a brighter future for women—and how to make it happen.
Against all odds, women in Asia-Pacific are fighting their way to the top. Those featured here are just a few leading the revolution.
Singapore insurer Income's 'Times have changed' campaign looks into the evolving insurance needs of modern women.
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.
Our research with Kantar corroborates the recent #MeToo reports, as Havas Media's Anita Nayyar says, "We’ve known the industry to have put a lot of women to this ordeal over the years".