Jenny Chan 陳詠欣
Feb 13, 2014

180China hires two senior digital directors

BEIJING - Independent creative shop 180China has appointed Gregory Wu (吴坤桂) as vice president of digital marketing and Kenrick Tjiputra as digital creative director.

L-R: Wu and Tjiputra
L-R: Wu and Tjiputra

Wu has more than 14 years of experience in digital marketing at MTV Asia, Baidu, Saatchi & Saatchi, Carat and Maxus. He will now be based in the agency's Shanghai branch and take responsibility for operations in eastern China.

Tjiputra hails from Indonesia and has 10 years of digital-creative experience. He served in well-known interactive design company REZN8 as a GUI / UX designer, as a creative director at Mediaman and as associate creative director of Aquarius Asia before joining 180China. He will report to Cheelip Ong, its group creative director.

180China, established by Stone Lei (雷少东) 12 years ago, has clients including JingDong, HengAn, Yili, KFC and Nestle in China.

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