Benjamin Li
Apr 29, 2014

PHD Hong Kong welcomes back Kelly Chan and Kylie Chiu

HONG KONG - Kelly Chan and Kylie Chiu have come on board as business director and planning manager, respectively, at PHD in Hong Kong.

PHD Hong Kong welcomes back Kelly Chan and Kylie Chiu

Both joined earlier in April. Chan will report to Cedric Lam, the agency’s GM, and work on PCCW Mobile, City Of Dreams and Manulife.

She most recently worked for MediaCom Hong Kong for nine-and-a half years, serving accounts like Bank of East Asia, Audi, Volkswagen, Sony Mobile and Café De Coral. She started her media career at OMD as senior media planner.

Chiu previously served as group head at PHD for three years, working on Watsons, Fortress, Unilever Dove, Lux, Walt Disney Studios and CITIC International. Most recently she spent six months as manager for Burberry and Lóreal at Carat Hong Kong. PHD convinced her to move back because she has worked closely with Denise Chow, business director, and has a good rapport with the team.

Chiu will handle regional coordination for A.S. Watson Group, as well as other key accounts like Watsons, Fortress, Unilever Dove, Rexona, Walt Disney Studios, and CITIC International.


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