Photos from the Women Leading Change Awards ceremony in Singapore on June 4, 2019.
The winners of the Women Leading Change Awards were revealed Thursday night in Singapore.
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.
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.
For International Womens Day, BBH and stock-photo website Unsplash created a collection that aims to show the diversity of real women, not stereotypes.
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.
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.
The talent is out there, but achieving diversity in the workforce and leadership ranks requires companies to be flexible and understanding.
As part of this year’s Women to Watch, in partnership with TBWA, a panel of experts debated how far gender diversity has come in the marketing and communications industry, and how much there still is to do. Here are some key takeaways.
The company's staffers across the region took part in the fifth annual 'One Day for Change' Friday.
Photos of the 2016 Women to Watch.
Free Singapore event offered women a chance to workout with internationally ranked tennis players Angelique Kerber, Garbiñe Muguruza and Simona Halep.
Big shifts in Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos discussed at Campaign's first Media360 Emerging Asia conference.
Your handy graphic guide to the biggest movers within the top 100 this year, plus Asia's top 10 social media and smartphone brands, and the top five brands in 10 key categories.
Dentsu Aegis Network's annual charitable day took place Friday.
The following 20 individuals stand out for their attitude, acumen and achievements, and are destined to rise to new heights. (Presented in no particular order. Full profiles appear below.)
Photos from a roundtable discussion organised by PRWeek Asia in conjunction with Edelman, which took place in Singapore on Friday. Please see the related-article link at the bottom of the page for additional information.
There has been much heated debate about SK-II’s 'leftover women' digital campaign (please see article link below) in China between the above-25s and below-25s. The latter group is indeed torn between trying to meet parental expectations to build a family, while at the same time wanting to marry for love. The above-25s have already chosen their path in life and feel less resonance with the campaign. YouGov's sampling data below shows results from the campaign launch two weeks ago. The metrics suggest that it is effective in brand lift as well as purchase consideration among current and former SK-II users as well as those of their key competitors. Overall, YouGov evaluates this campaign as definitively successful.
For the third year, Dentsu Aegis Network last Friday held its One Day for Change, an annual initiative where the company's 12,000 staff members across Asia are encouraged to volunteer. This year, all agencies in each country came together to support a local cause or a charity around the theme of ‘Champions for Children’.