Campaign India Team
Mar 03, 2011

Two weeks to AME 2011 final deadline

The final entry deadline to enter the Asian Marketing Effectiveness Awards 2011 is March 11, 2011

Two weeks to AME 2011 final deadline

Only two weeks are remaining for submitting entries for the 9th Asian Marketing Effectiveness Awards 2011. The awards form a part of the Asian Marketing Effectiveness Festival, a joint venture between Haymarket and the International Advertising Festival, which takes place from May 12-13 at the Pudong Shangri-La hotel in Shanghai, China. Following the closure of the early entry deadline for the Awards on February 25, the final entry deadline is March 11, 2011.

Judged by a panel of industry experts, the winners will be revealed at the prestigious awards ceremony on the evening of May 13, honouring effective brand building from the Asia-Pacific region across 17 categories.

Categories for this year's awards include Best integrated marketing campaign, Most effective use of advertising, Most effective use of direct marketing, Most effective use of interactive marketing, Most innovative use of media, Best marketing campaign for regional brand development, Best marketing campaign for national brand development, Best brand loyalty marketing campaign, Best sustained success, Most effective use of branded content, Most effective use of sponsorship and event marketing, Most effective use of product design and packaging, Most effective use of public relations, Best small budget marketing campaign, Best insights / strategic thinking, Best ideas and Most effective use of eco / green marketing.  

(Haymarket Media publishes Campaign India and Campaign Asia Pacific) 

Campaign India

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