Staff Writer
Dec 19, 2012

OgilvyOne HK promotes Sheilen Rathod to general manager

HONG KONG - OgilvyOne has promoted Sheilen Rathod (pictured) to the position of general manager, completing the agency’s recent management alignment.

OgilvyOne HK promotes Sheilen Rathod to general manager

Rathod, formerly business director, will continue to report to managing director Kitty Wong, who is supported by two other deputies: Peter Riley (executive creative director) and Sandy Ling (director of operations).

Wong explained the rationale behind the promotion: “Individually, Sheilen has brought passion and unrelenting effort to some of our most important accounts—American Express, Shangri-La and LV."

He was also instrumental in chasing down new business, including BlackRock and Crocs Asia-Pacific, as well as other unannounced wins in the retail and luxury categories, according to Wong.

“Collectively, we have a leadership team that will drive decisive interventions on social CRM, e-commerce and new marketing platforms,” she added.

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