The awards, which capped off today's Women Leading Change conference, were handed out in a ceremony that wrapped up minutes ago.
The awards will be presented on June 4 in Singapore.
Learn more about this year’s esteemed panel of judges ahead of the Women Leading Change Awards deadline on 8 April.
This year’s Women Leading Change Conference looks to provide actionable and practical strategies for embracing diversity in the workplace.
Don't delay to qualify for early priced entries to the Women Leading Change awards in Singapore on 4 June.
Following a highly successful 2018 programme, the Women Leading Change conference and awards returns to Singapore on 4 June.
The 2019 Women Leading Change conference offers a full-day, action-oriented programme designed to equip business leaders with roadmaps to strategically shift work culture.
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Four winners of Campaign Asia-Pacific’s 2018 Women Leading Change Awards assess how the industry is faring on gender diversity ahead of International Women’s Day.
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.
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.
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.
R/GA Singapore's creative director urges women to enter See It Be It at Spikes Asia (and today is the last day to do so).
Nominate the women whose work — and way of working — inspires you, for Campaign's annual list celebrating the industry's top female talent.
Two years after APAC media agency chiefs signed a pledge to improve gender equality, most networks are focusing efforts on broader inclusion initiatives.
"Being recognised on a regional level next to some incredibly experienced women helps speak to the merit and impact of my work—rather than the gender and tenure that sits behind it." Last year's Women To Watch explain what nomination meant to them.
Workforces are more diverse than ever, but we still have a long way to go, according to business leaders at a Salesforce roundtable during Campaign Asia’s Women Leading Change conference in Singapore.