Staff Reporters
Sep 17, 2014

Campaign Asia-Pacific announces new editorial hires

ASIA-PACIFIC - Nikki Wicks has joined Campaign Asia-Pacific as Southeast Asia editor, and Adrian Peter Tse has come aboard as a reporter based in Hong Kong.

Nikki Wicks (left) and Adrian Tse
Nikki Wicks (left) and Adrian Tse

Based in Singapore, Wicks will help Campaign strengthen its editorial coverage of the industry in Singapore and the entire Southeast Asia region. He will work closely with reporter Byravee Iyer.

Wicks, who has relocated to Singapore from the UK, is an experienced reporter and editor in both the consumer and business space. Most recently, he was the launch editor of Forever Sports magazine, a consumer title that debuted as the fourth biggest selling men’s magazine in the UK. Prior to that he was with Haymarket Network, the client publishing agency of Haymarket (parent company of Campaign Asia-Pacific). There he worked on publications for the London 2012 Olympics and then served as editor of Spikes magazine, a sports title that he successfully relaunched on behalf of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF).

Wicks started his career with Haymarket as a freelance reporter on PRWeek in London. During this time he also worked as features editor for British media trade magazine, Press Gazette. He has also written for a number of leading newspapers and magazines on media, sports and lifestyle. 

Tse will help cover the region as a reporter based in Hong Kong. He recently lived in Bangkok, where he held a social media and content marketing role for a Pearson-owned education company and contributed regular features to the Bangkok Post. While Tse will be responsible for covering Asia-Pacific as a whole, he will also aim to expand coverage of the Hong Kong and Thai markets specifically.

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