Robert Sawatzky
Oct 2, 2018

Dentsu Aegis Network buys Branded

Live media events company behind ‘All That Matters’ and ‘It’s a Girl Thing’ festivals joins MKTG in a bid to scale up.

(L-R) Emma Louise Fung, Sean O'Brien, Jasper Donat, Cat Lyon, Nick Waters

The deal, announced this morning, adds one of Asia Pacific’s better-known sports, entertainment and lifestyle live media producers to DAN’s leading experiential agency.

Founded in 2002, Branded has offices in Singapore and Hong Kong with a staff of 18 people, who will now relocate to DAN offices in both cities. Branded’s co-founder and CEO, Jasper Donat will remain at the helm, reporting to Sean O’Brien, CEO of MKTG Asia Pacific.  The two...

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