Jessica Goodfellow
Jun 30, 2020

Women to Watch 2020: What makes a standout entry

With a week and a half left till the early-bird deadline, here's some advice on what makes a winning entry.

Jessica Goodfellow, Campaign Asia-Pacific deputy editor.

Women to Watch 2020 is now open for entries, and the early bird deadline is fast approaching. So to help you out with your submissions, Campaign Asia-Pacific has run through previous year's judging notes to give you insight into how winning entries were chosen.

One of the most common reasons we have had for not choosing submissions in the past is a lack of specific details—so this is the most important advice we can give. Other learnings include noting how the nominated woman has not only demonstrated business achievements but also empowered and supported others around her to achieve too.

If you have any further questions on the submission process or need any assistance with any entry please email [email protected].

The early bird deadline for entries is July 10 at the price of US$380 per candidate, and the final deadline is July 17 at the price of $400. This includes a one-year membership with Campaign Asia-Pacific

You can submit your entries via the online nomination form at this link. Further information on guidelines can be found here.

We recommend downloading a Word document version of the nomination form here and preparing your answers in advance, and then copying these into the nomination form. You cannot save your progress once you are in the nomination form and come back to it at another time.

Read about previous Women to Watch:

2019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2012

 

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