McCann chief creative officer Martin Lee leaves after one year

SHANGHAI - Martin Lee, chief creative officer at Mccann Worldgroup in Shanghai for the past 12 months, departed the agency earlier in September.

McCann chief creative officer Martin Lee leaves after one year

The departure was confirmed by Spencer Wong, managing director of Hong Kong cum chief creative officer of McCann Greater China.

Wong told Campaign Asia-Pacific that Lee's replacement will be decided by Jesse Lin, CEO of McCann Worldgroup Greater China in due course.

Lee was transferred to the Shanghai office from McCann Thailand last July.

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