Staff Writer
Jul 13, 2018

Uniplan Hong Kong MD leaves company

Darren Chuckry has left after eight years of service.

Uniplan Hong Kong MD leaves company

Darren Chuckry, managing director at Uniplan, has left the company after eight years of service. Last November, he was promoted from his position of executive client services director to lead Hong Kong’s operations.

“Darren contributed greatly to Uniplan’s successes in the Hong Kong market and we wish him the best in his future endeavours,” said Christian Zimmermann, CEO at Uniplan.

“With increasing business opportunities and a strong talent pool, Hong Kong will remain one of our core markets as we continue to focus on a strengthened business approach to better serve our clients in the region.”

Until a new MD comes on-board, executive creative director Judd Christie will oversee operations at Uniplan and will work closely with Zimmermann. Meanwhile, Chuckry will continue to chair the Marketing Society Hong Kong. 


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