Jenny Chan 陳詠欣
Apr 19, 2013

James Procter leaves TBWA Hong Kong to return to Australia

HONG KONG - After less than eight months at TBWA Hong Kong, James Procter is leaving his executive creative director role to return to Australia for personal reasons.

Procter is leaving TBWA Hong Kong for personal reasons
Procter is leaving TBWA Hong Kong for personal reasons

Procter, who was in the ECD seat since August last year, said his family needed to be back in his native Australia at this point and thanked TBWA for understanding this situation.

He was hired by Joanne Lao, managing director of TBWA Hong Kong, as a replacement for outgoing ECD Mark Ringer. He was tasked with propelling the agency forward by building on its "strong foundation" of its integration process with digital.

Procter started his career at Clemenger BBDO in Australia and went on to become ECD at GPY&R Sydney, Y&R Singapore and Ogilvy Singapore.

 

 

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