Jenny Chan 陳詠欣
Oct 3, 2011

JWT Beijing's Andy Xu resigns from GM post

BEIJING - Andy Xu, general manager of JWT Beijing, has stepped down from his post due to undisclosed personal reasons.

Xu has been with the agency since 2004
Xu has been with the agency since 2004

Xu (pictured) will remain in the Beijing office until the end of October. JWT China CEO Donald Chan will take over management of the daily operations in Beijing until Xu's successor is announced.

Chan said that he would ensure a smooth transition and that a "consistent quality of work" is upheld for their clients.

Xu was considered a rising star at JWT in China. His advertising career at JWT Beijing started in 2004, and he was promoted to general manager in 2010. The client list under his charge consists of China Unicom, Yili, COFCO, Tonlion, and Nokia.

 

 

 


 

Source:
Campaign China

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