Benjamin Li
Feb 8, 2012

BBDO elevates Catibog and Tsang to oversee HK and Guangzhou operations

HONG KONG - BBDO has expanded the roles of two Guangzhou executives, JC Catibog, managing director, and Arthur Tsang, executive creative director, and will rechristen its Hong Kong and Guangzhou offices as BBDO South China following the departure of long-serving veteran Rick Doerr.

Arthur Tsang (L) and JC Catibog (R) are now overseeing both BBDO GZ and HK offices

Doerr, managing director of both offices as well as regional business development director, was with BBDO for 12 years, including six years in Asia, before resigning on 28 January to return to New York for family reasons.

Carol Potter, president and chief executive officer of BBDO Greater China, said that the two offices will be known as BBDO South China effective this month, and the promotion of Catibog and Tsang recognises their 'tremendous' performance...

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