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Agencies look local but where are all the Asian faces?
Dec 13, 2010
Michael O'Neill

Agencies look local but where are all the Asian faces?

Agencies may stress the importance of diverse leadership, yet the region's CEOs are still almost exclusively Western males.

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Ogilvy's Mark Blair promoted to global role
Dec 2, 2010
Michael O'Neill

Ogilvy's Mark Blair promoted to global role

GLOBAL - Ogilvy’s current president of international brands Mark Blair is believed to have been appointed to a global brand strategy role, based out of New York.

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VIDEO: Ogilvy's Paul Heath on the launch of Chengdu office
Nov 14, 2010
Michael O'Neill

VIDEO: Ogilvy's Paul Heath on the launch of Chengdu office

CHENGDU - Speaking at the launch of Apex Ogilvy in the city of Chengdu, Ogilvy & Mather's Asia-Pacific CEO Paul Heath talks to Campaign about the background to the new joint venture operation.

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Profile: Regional markteing chief of Diageo James Thompson
Nov 10, 2010
Michael O'Neill

Profile: Regional markteing chief of Diageo James Thompson

Diageo’s regional marketing chief James Thompson is setting higher goals, and having faith in in risk-taking and risk takers.

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Profile: President of Asia-Pacific for Haier Philip Carmichael
Oct 7, 2010
Michael O'Neill

Profile: President of Asia-Pacific for Haier Philip Carmichael

President of Asia-Pacific for Haier, Philip Carmichael, is helping China's ambitious appliances giant create a global brand.

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Meet the new Muslim consumer
Oct 5, 2010
Michael O'Neill

Meet the new Muslim consumer

While there is no doubting the potential of the Muslim market in Asia, it nonetheless needs to be handled with great care.

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NewsCorp China sale could signal new strategy for Murdoch
Aug 29, 2010
Michael O'Neill

NewsCorp China sale could signal new strategy for Murdoch

After almost two decades, it looks like Rupert Murdoch is finally admitting defeat in China.

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Asia-Pacific CEO Maggie Choi departs OMD after 13 years
Aug 25, 2010
Michael O'Neill

Asia-Pacific CEO Maggie Choi departs OMD after 13 years

ASIA-PACIFIC - Omnicom Media Group (OMG) has confirmed that Maggie Choi, CEO of OMD Asia-Pacific, will be leaving the company after 13 years.

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No longer the poor cousin, PR is riding a revival of sorts
Aug 15, 2010
Michael O'Neill

No longer the poor cousin, PR is riding a revival of sorts

PR has has a tough time of it in Asia. The poor cousin is too often seen as nothing more than a service provider. But recently the industry has had something of a revival.

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No longer the poor cousin, PR is riding a revival of sorts
Aug 15, 2010
Michael O'Neill

No longer the poor cousin, PR is riding a revival of sorts

PR has has a tough time of it in Asia. The poor cousin is too often seen as nothing more than a service provider. But recently the industry has had something of a revival.

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All about webisodes and branded content
Aug 5, 2010
Michael O'Neill

All about webisodes and branded content

Webisodes are increasingly used in Asia by media agencies as branded content vehicles for clients as they prove ideal for reaching customers.

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All about webisodes and branded content
Aug 5, 2010
Michael O'Neill

All about webisodes and branded content

Webisodes are increasingly used in Asia by media agencies as branded content vehicles for clients as they prove ideal for reaching customers.

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Social networks enters the China mainstream
Jul 29, 2010
Michael O'Neill

Social networks enters the China mainstream

Over the past few years, Chinese social networking sites (SNS) have matured from Facebook-clones to sophisticated sites that are setting a global standard in terms of monetising their content and providing a mature platform for brands.

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Viewers turn online for World Cup 2010 coverage
Jul 29, 2010
Michael O'Neill

Viewers turn online for World Cup 2010 coverage

The 2010 World Cup may have been dominated by vuvuzelas, under performing superstars and the curse of the Nike ad, but perhaps the one real legacy the event will leave behind, in Asia at least, is how it affected digital media use.

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Viewers turn online for World Cup 2010 coverage
Jul 29, 2010
Michael O'Neill

Viewers turn online for World Cup 2010 coverage

The 2010 World Cup may have been dominated by vuvuzelas, under performing superstars and the curse of the Nike ad, but perhaps the one real legacy the event will leave behind, in Asia at least, is how it affected digital media use.

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Social networks enters the China mainstream
Jul 29, 2010
Michael O'Neill

Social networks enters the China mainstream

Over the past few years, Chinese social networking sites (SNS) have matured from Facebook-clones to sophisticated sites that are setting a global standard in terms of monetising their content and providing a mature platform for brands.

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Transformation is key for creative agency success
Jul 18, 2010
Michael O'Neill

Transformation is key for creative agency success

The past week has seen the visit to Asia of two global agency CEOs, each with a similar objective for the future.

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Transformation is key for creative agency success
Jul 18, 2010
Michael O'Neill

Transformation is key for creative agency success

The past week has seen the visit to Asia of two global agency CEOs, each with a similar objective for the future.

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Transformation is key for creative agency success
Jul 18, 2010
Michael O'Neill

Transformation is key for creative agency success

The past week has seen the visit to Asia of two global agency CEOs, each with a similar objective for the future.

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VIDEO: Nick Brien, CEO, McCann Worldgroup
Jul 15, 2010
Michael O'Neill

VIDEO: Nick Brien, CEO, McCann Worldgroup

Nick Brien, the recently appointed head of McCann Worldgroup’s global operations, sat down with Media and shared his thoughts on the current state of the creative industry.

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