Isobar global CEO now takes charge of DAN Creative, following the exit of Dick van Motman.
He now becomes an advisor to Tim Andree with immediate effect and will leave DAN by the end of the year.
New data-driven firm launching today in Singapore, Hong Kong and Japan absorbs Cadreon, built to leverage Axciom deal.
“I hate to be harsh, but someone else's tragedy can be our opportunity,” David Luhr said.
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iProspect China scales up, growing to more than 200 staff from roughly 120 currently.
EXCLUSIVE: Arsenal FC managing director Vinai Venkatesham speaks to Campaign Asia about engaging with Asia's massive fan base and the brands that also want to play ball.
In Ulaanbaatar, AI engineers are quietly laying the groundwork for a new technology-driven economy in tandem with an emerging digital marketing scene.
EXCLUSIVE: After overhauling the business' brand and ad platforms, CEO Guru Gowrappan tells Campaign about his commerce-driven vision of the company, inspired by Yahoo in Taiwan.
We’re still hearing from, seeing and reading about far more men than women in our coverage. Time to take responsibility.
Consumers are calling bullshit on cause-based work that isn't authentic, and so should award jurors, according to Dentsu's Toshihiko Tanabe.
APAC CEO Mike Amour to leave the company with key regional markets reporting directly to New York and London.
Leaders from FIFA, La Liga and Arsenal FC discuss their plans for Asia domination.
Five questions for Antti Toivonen, the head of Singapore creative agency Superson. His most recently written film, 'Are You Hungry' is headed to the Toronto International Film Festival.
MediaMath CEO Joe Zawadzki explains why a fully accountable, addressable digital supply chain still eludes advertisers, requiring builders focused on end goals, not exit strategies.
Newly created Xiklab Digital becomes one of the largest Filipino-owned digital creative agencies, with roughly 100 staff.
Nearly a year after the merger, VMLY&R’s chief executive reflects on progress so far, on comparing notes with Wunderman Thompson and on applying lessons from China.
Six months into her new job as global CEO of IAS, Lisa Utzschneider is rolling out new offerings swiftly in a bid to push the pace, but says she still sleeps well at night.
Big electronics and FMCG still rule, but Shopee's surge and McDonald's rise make for interesting storylines.
Comfort foods remain tops, but the prevalence of handset brands and service providers among the Philippines' strongest local brands shows mobility matters.