The awards will be presented at the Campaign360 Charity Dinner in aid of Mother’s Choice on 22 March.
Campaign Asia-Pacific presented the inaugural Women Leading Change Awards tonight in Hong Kong.
A total of 57 women are up for awards in five categories.
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.
The deadline for nominations for our annual list of Asia-Pacific's brightest and most promising female talent has been extended to next Friday, 7 July.
A digital hub, an industry-leading conference, an awards night, a research survey and a print issue... Why limit amplifying gender equality to a single day?
Three judges for Campaign's Women Leading Change Awards dig into misunderstandings about women in leadership positions, the qualities that make great female leaders and more.
By turning the day into another excuse for retail therapy, have brands lost the thread? And does commercialisation risk a backlash?
A tone-deaf campaign ignores half of the population, and an apology doesn't seem to be helping.
What does the emancipation of an entire generation of Chinese women in the new economy mean for brands?
The shift in women’s self-image has never been more apparent, according to an ongoing global study by J. Walter Thompson, and marketers need to connect with this change.
Atifa Silk, Campaign Asia-Pacific brand director, introduces Diversity Hub and explains what Campaign is doing to hasten change in the industry.
On International Women’s Day, we sit down with four female leaders making waves across the industry.
For all the misconceptions about what life in advertising is like for young women, most just want a fair shot at proving themselves.
It’s easy to sing your own praises when it comes to a topic as significant as gender equity, but actions speak louder than words. What have agency endeavours amounted to over the last few months?
Athletic pursuit is no longer solely the province of men, as Japanese women more openly embrace the physical benefits, camaraderie and individual expression exercise can provide.
Especially in Southeast Asia, young women are reinventing the way businesses are created and operated.
Sport England has teamed up with VicHealth, a health foundation based in the Australian state of Victoria, for a three-year partnership.
A JWT study on Muslim women in Malaysia and Indonesia shows that religion is a top priority, yet many do not shy away from embracing new trends.
Four more Asia-Pacific countries make the top end of the payment brand’s latest study on the conditions needed to promote women business owners.