Benjamin Li
Mar 30, 2010

Lowe China promotes Wang Nai-yen and Lylah Juninio to VP of Unilever team, Johnson and Johnson team, respectively

SHANGHAI - Lowe China has promoted Wang Nai-yen (pictured right) and Lylah Juninio (left) to VP of its Unilever team and Johnson and Johnson team, respectively

Lylah Juninio Wang Nai-yen Lowe China
Lylah Juninio Wang Nai-yen Lowe China
Wang, who was previously business director at Lowe, will now head up the agency's Unilever accounts.

Lowe currently handles 13 of Unilever’s brands in China, including OMO, Clear, Zhonghua, Rexona, Cornetto, Magnum and Knorr.

Juinio has led the agency’s Johnson & Johnson team as senior business director over the past year and a half, with Johnson’s Baby is the most important account in her portfolio. Juinio grew Johnson’s Baby in China to be one of the brand’s largest markets in the world.

“Unilever and J&J are our crucial clients. These promotions show that we are putting the best resources to help them to drive and elevate their business,” said Kitty Lun, chairman/CEO of Lowe China.

Campaign China

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