Against all odds, women in Asia-Pacific are fighting their way to the top. Those featured here are just a few leading the revolution.
From China: ‘Marriage Market Takeover’ for SK-II by Forsman & Bodenfors
R3's Goh Shu Fen makes the dollars and cents case for gender equality
The rise of women leaders in China’s ad industry stands in sharp contrast to the residual stigma about ‘leftover women’.
ASIA-PACIFIC - Due to popular demand, Campaign Asia-Pacific has agreed to extend the deadline to enter Women to Watch, our annual showcase of the advertising and marketing industry's leading women, to midnight, Friday, 3 June.
An unseen army of mostly female publicists keeps adland's racist jokes and bad behavior under wraps. What does the JWT suit say about their plight?
DigitasLBi’s Knox Balbastro reflects on her first visit to the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity and has a big ask for the industry.
When state rhetoric makes large groups of people feel like outcasts, brands have an opportunity, writes Flamingo's Sam Gaskin.
Next year, Campaign Asia-Pacific is delighted to present a new series of 360 events that will take the internationally recognised Media360 Summit in exciting new directions.
SINGAPORE - A new voice has emerged with female consumers in Southeast Asia, sparking a need for new ways to communicate, according to a report from iProspect.
Asia’s thriving e-commerce boom has transformed retail and is encouraging MasterCard to behave like a tech company. Sam Ahmed, APAC CMO, tells the story of a cashless transformation.
Maybe it's the definition of leadership that needs some work, writes Flamingo's Anniki Sommerville.
Traction for digital marketing demands that marketers and agencies optimise their response times.
Isobar's APAC CEO Jane Lin-Baden reflects on having a family and a front-office career, which are not mutually exclusive.
From the US: 'We are #WomenNotObjects' by Badger & Winters
The methods marketers employ to identify the right audiences are evolving in pace with the adtech market.
A few lines of verse have led to an unprecedented fad for short hair. But what's really going on runs far deeper than a new coiffure, write Flamingo's Galathee Salze-Lozac’h.
The business of being (or at least appearing to be) confident is a tricky one for a lot of people, and even more so for many women.
C2 Montréal brings together the biggest brains in the business for three days of inspiration and ice cream. We've picked out the most insightful nuggets of wisdom from 2016
From China: 'I'm here to create', for Adidas by TBWA Shanghai