Jenny Chan 陳詠欣
Apr 13, 2017

Leo Digital Network confirms leaders of creative shop Match

Four additional partners have been revealed following last week's hiring of longtime McCann China chairman Tomaz Mok.

Leo Digital Network confirms leaders of creative shop Match

Following last week's announcement that Tomaz Mok would be leaving McCann China and heading up creative hot shop Match, the agency funded by Leo Digital Network has revealed its four other partners.

They are Amber Liu (current VP of Leo Digital Network, 刘阳), Sun Tao (孙涛), Jeremy Guo (郭洪) and Cheng Cheng (程程), pictured above.

The ignition of creativity needs a group of like-minded people with extraordinary chemistry and understanding of how collaboration can create sparks, according to a release. Mok said in the same release advertising will be his lifetime profession.

Campaign China

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