Staff Reporters
Sep 24, 2010

Mediavest Thailand names Charintip Tungkittisuwan as senior planner

BANGKOK - MediaVest has appointed Charintip Tungkittisuwan in a new position as communications planning director in Thailand, effective immediately.

Charintip Tungkittisuwan, communication planning director, Starcom Mediavest, Thailand
Charintip Tungkittisuwan, communication planning director, Starcom Mediavest, Thailand

Tungkittisuwan is based in Bangkok and reports to Atipol Ithivatana, chief executive officer of Starcom Mediavest Group Thailand.

Tungkittisuwan brings close to 10 years of media agency and planning experience. She started her career in Carat Thailand and has worked with brands such as Honda, Philips, Nescafé and Nestle.

She also has extensive experience in working on FMCG accounts, including household brand names Clear, Close Up, Sunsilk and Dove. Prior to joining MediaVest, she was director of exchange planning at Mindshare handling the Unilever business.

Ithivatana said, “Charintip’s experience and track record speaks for itself. Not only will she augment our strategy and planning team with her expertise and insights on the FMCG sector, but also help in developing Mediavest’s strategy as well as other key offerings to our clients and the industry.”

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