Staff Reporters
May 16, 2018

Lewis plans ambitious APAC expansion

Company says it will invest US$6.5 million to open eight new offices and add 200 additional roles by 2020.

Scott Pettet

Integrated communications agency Lewis has announced plans to double its APAC network and practice areas while adding eight new offices and creating digital hubs in Shanghai, Singapore and Sydney.

The new offices will be in Bangkok, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Haikou, Ho Chi Minh City, Jakarta, Melbourne and Shenzhen. 

The so-called 'APAC 2020 大湾区 da wan qu' plan also includes 200 new roles in analytics, SEO, paid and biddable media,...

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