Jenny Chan 陳詠欣
May 15, 2015

Trading places in Greater China: Ng, Jiang, Chan, Wu, Ng, Tsang, Wong

Here is a roundup of this week's major people moves in advertising, marketing, media and digital in Greater China. Please let us know if we missed anyone.

Fan Ng
Fan Ng

Saatchi & Saatchi has promoted Fan Ng (pictured) to chief creative officer of North China. In this new role, Ng will lead creative teams in both Shanghai and Beijing, instead of just Shanghai previously. He will now serve a larger number of clients such as Sands China, Coca-Cola, Lexus, Mazda, General Mills, Mondelez and Walmart.

Andrew Jiang is now strategy and communication director at BlueFocus Communication Group. Prior to this new appointment, he worked at Carat China in a managerial role for convergence planning, handling accounts and proposing strategies for existing clients including Volvo, DS, Burberry, Kate Spade, WMF, Max Mara, Folli Follie and Beats.

From senior marketing manager, Brucemond Chan has been promoted to associate marketing director of Fonterra Hong Kong after successfully leading a number of award-winning campaigns based on a shift from a traditional persuasion model to an influence-marketing practice.

Sharlene Wu has had her remit expanded to both BBDO and Proximity in Shanghai. She used to be managing director of Proximity's Shanghai office. Her Greater China experience clocked up to a total of seven years after stints at JWT Shanghai and O&M Taipei.

PHD China has brought Denise Ng's career to Shanghai. She is now the mobile strategy director for the media agency after spending one year as business development director for NDN Group based in Hong Kong. In her youth, she started out as an executive assistant, then a project manager in events and mobile marketing.

Philip Tsang has moved to Next Mobile to be its general manager, filling the gap left by Johan Wong when he quit in January 2015 to open his own consultancy called iTHINK. Tsang departed McCann Hong Kong in April 2015 after more than six years as business director.


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