Prasanth Kumar to take over as Sam Singh departs to join ByteDance.
Japan leads APAC markets with 64 shortlisted entries, followed closely by Australia with 61.
Agency becomes first Asia-based member.
Grey, VMLY&R, Ada, Digitas, Lotame, Changi Airport Group, DesignStudio, Lowe Lintas and more, in our weekly collection of people moves and account news.
The jury has shortlisted 283 entries for the awards, which take place June 12 in Hong Kong.
Hyundai, Apple, Sega, Cherifer Vitamins, Dumex Dugro, Go-Jek, Oppo, Shopee and more appear in this month's list of the top ad video in each of 13 APAC markets.
The internet giant took in US$13.932 billion for the quarter (US$56.152 billion for the year), and says it added 102 million active consumers on its China retail marketplaces.
Home furnishings giant invites creative agencies to pitch.
BWM Dentsu Sydney won two Grand Prize awards and Toyota was named the brand of the year.
The awards will be presented on June 4 in Singapore.
4As, #ARM Worldwide, VMLY&R, Publicis, Comscore, Geometry, Mindshare, CHE Proximity, Lion & Lion, Ikon, Wachsman, MullenLowe Lintas, Medallia and more, in our weekly collection of people moves and account news.
Publicis Groupe APAC managing partner Jane Lin Baden will help oversee the business.
The major Vietnamese brand evaluated four agencies during its media review.
Dentsu Tokyo, CHE Proximity Melbourne, Assembly Auckland and FCB Auckland among the APAC work honoured with pencils.
Eight regional leaders announced in addition to Justin Peyton.
Demand Manager makes it easy for large publishers to deploy, configure, and optimise Prebid-based header bidding, according to the company.
Ken Lingan arrives from Google.
TOP OF THE CHARTS: New study by iPrice and AppAnnie highlights increasingly crowded ecommerce field with local and international players gaining ground.
With three gold pencils each, BWM Dentsu Sydney and Dentsu Tokyo lead the APAC winners from The One Show's first (of two) awards nights.
Move aimed at stronger integration, part of wider WPP reorganisation.