Staff Reporters
Feb 3, 2021

Women to Watch Greater China 2021

Presenting our first ever list of 20 top-tier female talents making their mark in marketing and communications across Greater China.

Women to Watch Greater China 2021

Like our annual APAC Women to Watch feature, this inaugural edition of the Women to Watch Greater China seeks to identify women who have inspirational stories, strong business achievements and a passion for helping to drive the industry forward. This list marks the first time that Campaign has encouraged nominations written in Chinese, assembled a panel of Chinese speaking judges to evaluate and choose from among the many entries we received, and published the results simultaneously in both English and Chinese.

The response from the industry was strong, and the competition was formidable, so we're sure you'll agree this list celebrates 20 of the brightest and most promising women in marketing, media and communications.

We would like to sincerely thank the judges who brought their time, expertise and care to the job of assessing, discussing and narrowing down the entries to the list of 20 that you see below:

  • Caroline Hsu: Asia-Pacific managing director, The Hoffman Agency, Hong Kong
  • Amber Zhang: Co-founder and COO, Fugetech, Shanghai
  • Minnie Wang: Senior reporter Greater China, Campaign, Hong Kong

And now, without further ado...

The 2021 Women to Watch Greater China are (in alphabetical order by given name):

Ada Gu
The Trade Desk
Shanghai
Betty Tian
Marriott International
Shanghai
Bonnie Lam
Betake Marketing
Hong Kong
Carbo Yu
Sinclair
Hong Kong
Doreen Wang
Kantar
Shanghai
Doris Ke
Digipont
Shanghai
Echo Ao
Wavemaker
Shanghai
Eunice Wong
Ketchum
Hong Kong
Eva Weng
MediaCom
Shanghai
Gloria Wu
Weber Shandwick
Shanghai
Heidi Zhang
Publicis Communications
Shanghai
Joni Ngai
IPG Mediabrands
Shanghai
Katheryn Lui
Dentsu International
Hong Kong
Katy Guan
BBDO
Shanghai
Lingzi Yue
Holmes & Marchant
Shanghai
Meha Verghese
MediaCom
Shanghai
Michelle Mak
Dun & Bradstreet
Hong Kong
Nicoletta Stefanidou
Tinker Tailor
Hong Kong
Vivian Yong
Wieden+Kennedy 
Shanghai
Yimin Wang
BCW Global
Beijing
 

 

Source:
Campaign China

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