APAC Tambuli Awards opens nominations for 2017 chief marketing communications officer

CMCO_APAC Tambuli Awards.jpgThe Asia Pacific Tambuli Awards is now accepting nominations for the 2017 Chief Marketing Communications Officer (CMCO) of the Year award. In keeping with the Tambuli's vision to honor brands and organizations that do good and do well - showing the seamless integration of creativity + human good + results - the CMCO award gives recognition to the marketing head of a client organization that leads and inspires brands to help uplift society, create positive change, and deliver business objectives.

The CMCO award is given to the chief marketing officer that has demonstrated leadership in achieving marketing communication excellence and profitability for the organization, and one who has been actively engaged in the promotion of human good and brand purpose through marketing communications campaigns or programs.
In 2016 the award was given to the Vice President for Personal Care of Unilever Philippines, Gina Lorenzana. Lorenzana has been with Unilever for over 23 years handling significant leadership roles across Brand Development and Brand Building, in Home and Personal Care Categories, both in Developed and Developing markets. Lorenzana was the youngest female Regional Vice President in Unilever Philippines when she setup the Deo category in 2004, leading a culturally-diverse, multi-located cross-functional teams across Asia, Africa, Middle East and Turkey (ASIA-AMET) to penetrate and develop the category in more than 40 markets.

The APAC Tambuli Awards Advisory board serves as jury for choosing the winner for this annual award. Visit here to download the nomination form. For inquiries, contact bernadette.zulueta@uap.asia. Deadline for entries and nominations is on March 30, 2017. 

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