Nikki Wicks
Sep 3, 2015

Y&R Hong Kong appoints Beverly Ho as GM from Red Fuse Communications

HONG KONG - Y&R Hong Kong has appointed Beverly Ho as general manager from WPP sister agency Red Fuse Communications.

Beverly Ho and Eric Choi
Beverly Ho and Eric Choi

Ho replaces Eric Choi who is moving client-side after nine years at the agency, to become director of group marketing at Lee Kum Kee Health Group. Ho will report into Y&R Asia president Matthew Godfrey.

She was previously regional group account director at Red Fuse, WPP’s global agency dedicated to serving all of Colgate-Palmolive’s brands worldwide, where she managed advertising campaigns for Colgate-Palmolive in over ten countries across Asia.

Commenting on the appointment, Godfrey said: “Beverly Ho, long-acknowledged as a prodigious rising talent within the network, is the perfect choice to lead Y&R Hong Kong’s continued success,” Godfrey said.

Earlier this year, Coca-Cola marketer Stephen Drummond returned to Y&R China, where he spent three years prior to joining the soft-drink giant in 2011.


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