Benjamin Li
Dec 4, 2013

ZenithOptimedia China veteran and LVMH leader Terrence Yung to depart

SHANGHAI - Terrence Yung, who as vice-president of ZenithOptimedia China leads the LVMH account and is responsible for the agency’s internal operations, has resigned and will be leaving in February.

Terrence Yung
Terrence Yung

The agency has not yet named a replacement. Yung (pictured) will take a short break before seeking a new role, according to a source.

Yung's 15-year career with ZenithOptimedia Group in China began with three years in the Guangzhou office. He then moved to Shanghai to set up the Optimedia office, and he has led the LVMH account for the past three years.

Over his career, he has worked on the group’s major accounts, including L’Oreal, Carlsberg and Sanofi.

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