Faaez Samadi
Apr 4, 2017

DAN changes APAC leadership at Carat

Sean O’Brien switches to Posterscope and MKTG, with Kevin Walsh replacing him at Carat.

Sean O'Brien & Kevin Walsh

Dentsu Aegis Network today announced that Sean O’Brien, CEO of Carat Asia-Pacific, will become CEO of the network’s experiential marketing unit MKTG and out-of-home specialist agency Posterscope in APAC.

His position at Carat will be taken over by Kevin Walsh, previously managing director Carat APAC.

O’Brien spent six years as Carat CEO, in which time he tripled the size of the business. He has twice won Campaign Asia-Pacific’s...

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