22 April 2014
The Spikes Asia Festival of Creativity, the region’s foremost Festival and Awards for the creative communications industry, has officially opened for delegate registration.
This year sees a new format for the Festival as it grows from a 3-day to a 4-day event and moves to take place in the week following the Formula 1 Grand Prix, from 23-26 September in Singapore. Spikes Asia will encompass carefully curated seminars and forums, inspiring exhibitions of work, dedicated networking events and a celebratory Awards Ceremony which will bring the event to a close.
Commenting on Spikes Asia, Terry Savage, Chairman of Lions Festivals says, “It’s a really exciting time for Spikes Asia, not only because of its extended duration, but also because there are a host of new initiatives that put the spotlight on talent and training as well as new entry categories that reflect the direction of the industry in APAC. It is without doubt the must-attend event for the region’s industry.”
Two new entry categories are being introduced at Spikes Asia this year. The Innovation Category, which will award breakthrough technology and innovation, and a Healthcare Category which will honour the brave and innovative communications ideas that have overcome the unique challenges faced by healthcare brands, and succeeded – through creativity – in generating value and changing lives. Additions to the academy programme are also planned which will see increased learning opportunities across a broader spectrum of the industry.
Until 17 July, anybody wishing to purchase a full Spikes delegate package will be able to do so at the special early bird rate of S$1100. Other packages are available specifically for the younger generation and include the Young Spikes Creative, for creatives aged 28 or under, the Young Spikes Marketer, for marketers aged 30 or under and the Spikes Student, offered to students aged 23 or under. Further details of all of the packages, along with how to register and be a part of the event, can be found on the Spikes Asia website.