Jenny Chan 陳詠欣
Feb 8, 2017

DDB China's Richard Tan gives way to Danny Mok

Mok is still on gardening leave from his Leo Burnett role for another 10 days, and took time to look ahead to his new gig at DDB.

L-R: Mok, Tan

Danny Mok 莫熙慈 will come on board as DDB's new China president and CEO from 20 February.

Formerly CEO of Leo Burnett China, Mok takes over from his predecessor Richard Tan 陳仲翰, who clocked quite a record of seven years at the agency.

I’m hungry and excited about my next chapter ahead,” said Tan, who did not reveal his imminent move.

Mok has over two decades...

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