Staff Writer
Nov 21, 2018

Jack Morton Hong Kong partners with The Marketing Society

The brand experience agency is now The Marketing Society's official event partner.

The Marketing Society's flagship Braver Conference.
The Marketing Society's flagship Braver Conference.

Brand experience agency Jack Morton Hong Kong has joined forces with The Marketing Society (TMS) as its official event partner. The partnership will see “a series of inspirational and thought-provoking events” for the Society’s members.

“We’ve got big plans for the Hong Kong chapter this year with a full calendar of exciting events for our members,” said Darren Chuckry, chair of The Marketing Society Hong Kong. “Now with Jack Morton’s partnership, we’ve got one of the strongest teams in the region to continue inspiring bolder marketing leadership within the local business community.”

TMS is a global network of 3,000 senior marketers that aim to “push boundaries, tackle taboos, and provide comfortable spaces for members to have uncomfortable but important conversations” about the marketing industry. The Society hosts over 120 events in its global hubs in London, Scotland, Dubai, Hong Kong, Singapore, New York and New Delhi.

Natalie Ackerman, EVP, Greater China, Jack Morton, said: “We’re excited to partner with [TMS] and to have the opportunity to contribute to and impact the marketing landscape across the region.”


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