Staff Reporters
May 15, 2020

Dentsumcgarrybowen names Hong Kong leaders

Simone Tam, Popo Hu and Jeffry Gamble take up leadership roles in the new omnibus creative entity.

Simone Tam (left), Popo Hu (top right) and Jeffry Gamble
Simone Tam (left), Popo Hu (top right) and Jeffry Gamble

Dentsu Aegis Network Hong Kong announced the local launch of the newly formed Dentsumcgarrybowen Group, naming the leaders for its Hong Kong and International units. 

Simone Tam, formerly Greater China CEO for Mcgarrybowen, will be CEO of Dentsumcgarrybowen Group and CEO of Dentsumcgarrybowen International, in addition to her role as CEO of Dentsumcgarrybowen Shanghai.  

Popo Hu, MD of Dentsu Hong Kong, becomes the MD of Dentsumcgarrybowen Hong Kong, reporting to Tam.

Jeffry Gamble, previously Mcgarrybowen's Greater China chief creative officer, will serve a dual role as CCO of Dentsumcgarrybowen Group and CCO of Dentsumcgarrybowen International.

This Hong Kong leadership team will report to Pauline Chu, CEO of Dentsu Aegis Network Hong Kong, and to the global co-presidents of Dentsumcgarrybowen, Merlee Jayme and Jon Dupuis.

Dentsumcgarrybowen Group presents a "simple but better agency model", built to deliver better partnerships, expertise, ideas, and results with ease and at scale, Tam said in a release.

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