Staff Reporters
Aug 23, 2016

Omnicom Hong Kong announces management changes

Deric Wong promoted to CEO of OMD Hong Kong.

Deric Wong
Deric Wong

HONG KONG - Omnicom Media Group Hong Kong announced management changes in its agencies OMD and PHD.

Roid Sin, currently CEO of OMD Hong Kong, will take up a group role as chief growth officer, Omnicom Media Group Hong Kong. He will work closely with Omnicom Greater China to develop digital capabilities and new partnerships in Hong Kong and South China.

Deric Wong, currently managing partner of strategy, OMD Hong Kong and China, will take up the position left by Sin. The new role will see Wong return to a full-time Hong Kong-based role, having first joined Omnicom in 2008.

"The management changes will allow us to be agile and forge strategic partnerships to add further value to our client’s business," Doug Pearce CEO, Omnicom Media Group, Greater China commented.

Roid Sin

 

Source:
Campaign Asia

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