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The One Club announces the four APAC agencies to host Portfolio Night 2022

New York, USA  – The One Club for Creativity, a global nonprofit organisation whose mission is to support the global creative community, has announced the four APAC agencies in Mumbai, Seoul, Singapore and Taipei to host The One Club’s Portfolio Night 2022.

Portfolio Night has long been known for reviewing advertising portfolios since 2003. Creatives from all around the world get together on the same day each year for a fast-paced evening of advice, networking, and recruitment to aid the next generation of creatives. It serves as a stepping stone for younger talent to enter the advertising profession, allowing hundreds of renowned international creative directors to meet and train the future leaders in industry centers around the world.

The following cities and hosts for APAC at Portfolio Night 2022 are; Mumbai – BBDO India, DDB Mudra Group, TBWA\India, June 2 in person, Pan-India – BBDO India, DDB Mudra Group, TBWA\India, June 1, online, Seoul – Re-Be, June 2 in person, Singapore BBDO, June 2 in person, and Taipei – ADK, June 1, online.

As the advertising world tunes in to this one-of-a-kind event, it has also become a critical tool for agencies in attracting top young talent, providing a platform for recognition from local industry peers, and giving agencies a presence on the global stage.

In addition, Portfolio Night All-Stars, where each city host selects one young creative in their market with the finest portfolio. The All-Stars will then work together for a week this summer on a creative project for a large global brand.

Kevin Swanepoel, CEO at The One Club for Creativity, said that Portfolio Night is a unique global event that serves as a high-visibility opportunity for agencies and creative directors to give back to the industry by guiding the earliest steps of future copywriters, art directors and technologists.

 “We are very grateful to these agencies for making this important global event possible in APAC,” Swanepoel said.