Staff Reporters
Nov 8, 2010

VIDEO: David Jones, global CEO of Euro RSCG Worldwide

GLOBAL - Campaign recently caught up with global CEO of Euro RSCG and Havas Worldwide David Jones in the first of four interviews with global industry leaders launching on this week.

David Jones, global CEO of Euro RSCG Worldwide, Havas Worldwide
David Jones, global CEO of Euro RSCG Worldwide, Havas Worldwide

Jones is the man in charge of 12,000 people across 250 offices, running Euro RSCG Worldwide, Arnold Worldwide and all creative, marketing services and design companies under the global Havas network. He is also the youngest global CEO in the history of the advertising industry, appointed global CEO of Euro RSCG at the age of 38 in 2005. 

Here is what he had to say about Asia's position in the advertising market, a global network led out of Asia, looking 10 years ahead, the next generation of leaders and his best boss to date.

Catch industry heavyweights Leo Burnett's Tom Bernardin and Mark Tutssel, JWT's Bob Jeffrey and BBDO's Andrew Robertson and David Lubars responding to the same questions this week on

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