Staff Reporters
Mar 7, 2024

Women to Watch Greater China 2024: Jasmine Huang, Prodigious, Publicis Groupe

This visionary leader behind Prodigious has paved the way for digital transformation in China, whilst championing female talent.

Women to Watch Greater China 2024: Jasmine Huang, Prodigious, Publicis Groupe
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Jasmine Huang

Head of content production, Publicis Groupe China and managing director, Prodigious China
Prodigious, Publicis Groupe
Shanghai

Jasmine Huang has propelled significant business growth for Prodigious, a subsidiary content production company under Publicis China. Through her deep fascination with storytelling and her commitment to driving innovation in the advertising industry, she has digitally transformed brands such as Haleon and L’Oreal and their offerings in the market.

Huang’s pioneering work in the metaverse is an outstanding achievement—reflecting her aptitude to adapt to a changing market. Amid the challenges posed by the global pandemic, Huang launched a groundbreaking digital transformation model, CaST, that delivers optimal services to clients utilising data-driven strategies and flexible production capabilities. This not only improves the quality of content, but reduces considerable production time.

The approach set a benchmark for the wider industry and won a crucial pitch against more than 30 competitors to produce premium content for L’Oreal on the Chinese social media platform Douyin. Subsequently, it led to securing fresh contracts with five key clients: Coty, PMI, Novartis, Pfizer, and Mondelez.

The company has flourished under Huang's leadership. A remarkable increase of over 37% in net revenue and local business growth exceeding 47.3% in 2023 is a testament to that. As a leader, Huang fosters an environment where team members can excel. She nurtures the next generation of female leaders, recognises their unique insights and skills and encourages female leaders to be bold, curious, and seize opportunities—all while providing a supportive network of mentors and peers. Her guidance empowers them to trust in their strengths and pursue success with confidence.

Huang's contributions to content production and digital transformation have been significant. She played a vital role in establishing a content marketing department within the 4A company model, facilitating digital transformation and assisting international brands in entering the Chinese market. Her advocacy for data-driven creativity, the application of AI in content production and her visionary leadership and advocacy for women further solidify her position within the industry as an influential figure.

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Source:
Campaign Asia

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