Mobile app brand-safety violations increased by 194% over the last year, while the number of fraudulent connected-TV and mobile apps has more than doubled.
A dispute that resulted in a public argument outside WPP's Shanghai offices last October has now led to an official civil complaint.
Taking a people-first approach, admitting wrong and explaining to customers exactly what has been exposed among best practices on how to deal best with a data breach.
Two thirds of business travellers say they are.
The Malaysian PCO aims to deliver more congresses.
We sit down with Rudy Khaw, the young maverick who's shaping the AirAsia brand.
Ghost of former CEO still hung over this year's AGM, but the 'burden' is easing.
I&SBBDO Group / KOO-KI of Japan wins gold and MullenLowe Indonesia takes a bronze.
Photos from the PR Awards Asia, held June 12, 2019 in Hong Kong.
IGA will stock 'Hungry Puffs', the smart donation mechanism that's now a favourite to win accolades for The Brand Agency Perth at Cannes Lions next week, in 200 stores.
Spirit speaks about joining S4 Capital as chief growth officer based in Singapore.
Speaking exclusively at CampaignComms yesterday, Ed Bell revealed what really happened when the ban of the airline's ad featuring a gay couple sparked controversy in Hong Kong and around the world.
Rise comes amid slowing growth in global ad spending, according to Dentsu Aegis Network’s latest forecast.
TBWA Media Arts Lab created seven bright videos highlighting the colours traditionally associated with each day of the week.
IAS joins DoubleVerify and OpenSlate in list of certified brand-safety partners.
McCann Worldgroup presents eight stories about Asia through the lens of the Truth about Global Brands 2: Powered by the Streets study.
We asked agency leaders from across the region to choose the work they expect (or hope) to see winning at Cannes Lions next week. We got more than 80 picks. These emerged as the favourites.
The winners were announced in a ceremony in Hong Kong Wednesday night.
Spirit named S4 Capital's chief growth officer based in Singapore
The industry needs more men to champion gender diversity, but it must first "move past" nervousness caused by the #MeToo movement