Jenny Chan 陳詠欣
Aug 16, 2017

Vizeum replaces China CEO with hire from Mediacom

Dominic Ng takes over from Terrence Yung.

Dominic Ng
Dominic Ng

Dominic Ng has been appointed CEO of Vizeum China, taking over from Terrence Yung.

Based in Shanghai, he will report to Phil Teeman, group managing director of Dentsu Aegis Network China. Yung filled the then new role in February 2014, and is tipped to be moving to another business unit under DAN.

Prior to joining Vizeum, Ng was the managing partner of MediaCom China, overseeing key accounts including Nikon, SAIC-SKODA, P&G and Shell.

A media veteran with nearly 30 years of experience, Ng's experience spans strategic planning, agency management and business development. “We look for innovative leaders who can deliver business growth in an increasingly complex and convergent environment," commented Teeman. 

 

Source:
Campaign China

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