A year-long campaign celebrating and nurturing women of achievement working among us in the media and marketing industry; building a community of stakeholders through engaging and empowering content, online and offline; reaching peak awareness in the run up to the 2018 Women Leading Change Awards on the 31st of May.
The winners of the Women Leading Change Awards were revealed Thursday night in Singapore.
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.
One year on from Campaign's inaugural gender diversity study, there's still an enormous amount of work to do.
Women Leading Change Awards winners share their thoughts on why change is not a given, the #MeToo movement in Asia and their hopes for the next generation of female talent.
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".
Do men and women really have the same opportunities at work? Have your say before the end of the week by taking our gender-equality survey, in association with Kantar.
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.
The brand moves the conversation by asking 'what's next?' for women all around the world.
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.
The event hosted more than 850 women across holding company and independent agencies.
News follows Anne Ridwan’s announcement that she is stepping down in January 2019
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.
New work for the Spectre laptop is a subtle but refreshing break from the TV norm.
Campaign Asia-Pacific and Kantar's investigation into perceptions of gender in APAC media and marketing finds that while awareness of gender issues has improved, change isn't fast or visible enough — and sexual harassment is not a small problem.
Takaki Hibino will take on the regional executive chairman role as Nick Waters leaves the region after nine years at the helm.
Ryan Fisher replaces John Rowe, who is returning to Portland after 3.5 years.