We are accepting entries for APAC's most prestigious creative accolades, Spikes Awards and Tangrams Strategy & Effectiveness Awards. The 2021 awards will take place in February, bringing them forward to the first quarter of the year.


The leading Awards for creativity in Asia, for Asia

Spikes Asia exists to drive an understanding of the region’s creative strengths and challenges, and to celebrate its cultural diversity. In 2021 we'll reflect the transformational shift that the Asian creative industry is going through.

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Full juries announced

The full jury line up for the 2021 awards has been announced. With an equal split of male and female creative experts, the 86 highly talented experts will assess and award APAC’S very best creative work.

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APAC's most prestigious creative communication awards

The Spikes Asia Award is the benchmark by which the region’s creativity is measured. For the past 35 years, since its inception as the Asian Advertising Awards in 1986, it has set the standard for creativity and effectiveness for Asia Pacific’s creative communications industry.

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The Tangrams Awards: A showcase for strategy and effectiveness

The Tangrams Strategy & Effectiveness Awards, powered by Spikes Asia, celebrate the latest thinking in marketing strategy & effectiveness and showcase the very best examples of effective brand building from Asia Pacific. These awards honour clients and their agencies for marketing strategies that deliver solid results to transform businesses and brands.

Spikes Asia X Campaign
The Virtual Experience

Running from 22 to 25 Feb 2021, Spikes Asia X Campaign will be a live and on-demand platform focused on branded creative communications and marketing effectiveness. We aim to help the creative community and marketers find renewed purpose in the work they do and challenge the industry to reach greater heights.

See previous winning work

Delve into the Spikes Asia archive of shortlisted and winning work for inspiration and insight.

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