Benjamin Li
May 31, 2012

Doris Kuok tipped to depart from Starcom Hong Kong

HONG KONG - Doris Kuok, Starcom's regional director leading the Richemont and UBS accounts, and general manager in charge of Hong Kong operations, has resigned, according to a number of industry sources.

Doris Kuok tipped to resign from Starcom HK
Doris Kuok tipped to resign from Starcom HK

The undisclosed sources said that Kuok's resignation has been announced internally. However, a Starcom spokesperson contacted by Campaign Asia-Pacific denied the news.

Kuok joined Starcom Hong Kong on 2 March last year.

A 20-year media-industry veteran, Kuok was previously a partner of client leadership at Mindshare Hong Kong for five years, where she managed a team of 15 staff in leading the development of strategic communication strategies, as well as running global and local blue-chip accounts including HSBC, Lane Crawford, Prada and Hong Kong Disneyland.

As reported earlier this month, Melanie Lo, long-serving Mindshare Hong Kong managing director, will succeed KK Tsang as chief executive officer of GroupM Hong Kong effective 1 August. Mindshare is still searching for her replacement.

Source:
Campaign China

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