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.
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).
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.
Against all odds, women in Asia-Pacific are fighting their way to the top. Those featured here are just a few leading the revolution.
The MD of Digitas China, Sharon Ho, shares her thoughts on representations of women in advertising and the most important actions female leaders can take to drive equality.
To coincide with International Women's Day, Greenply looked to challenge the perception that carpentry is a man's domain.
Gaming has long been thought of as a male-dominated pastime—but it’s time to call 'game over' on this outdated stereotype.
We explore a fascinating market that is driving forward on a mixture of traditional "who can shout loudest" techniques; popular KOL campaigns and new highly reactive strategies tailored for the mobile era.
Sexual harassment is endemic, a systemic "rot" at the heart of the industry, says advertising's Cindy Gallop. She is sure that in India's adland, where the #MeToo movement appears to have slowed, just as in the rest of the world, there are many more developments to come.
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".
The government in Indonesia is pushing sustainability, and brands are talking about it more than ever. But environmental critics aren't yet impressed.
Instead of making sure your company "shows up" as a company that supports women, it's much more productive to spend that time and effort working with women within your organization, says Zambezi's CEO.
After decades without a quintessential, representative design sense, modern China has a spirit so acute and unique that it can finally be captured through design.
More than you might think. Yet many brands continue to stay too quiet about it.
TOP OF THE CHARTS: Meltwater report highlights market trends and predictions in Southeast Asia’s beauty industry.
Imagination China's group creative director explains how new experience centres are changing how consumers engage with physical spaces.
Non-profit The Women's Foundation and its 30% Club Hong Kong, launched in 2013 to raise awareness of the perks of gender diversity, have released a new campaign aiming to reduce gender bias in boardrooms.
Eight months on, we look at how the EU’s data protection regulation has impacted APAC advertisers and consumers.
Toyota still outpaces German luxury car brands, while Honda and Yamaha are top in motorcycles. But Indian and Chinese auto brands are edging up.
In Japan, the co-founder of the renowned Danish branding company discusses lessons from a life in design, why politicians struggle to connect with people, and whether Tokyo 2020's positioning is any good.