women to watch greater china
Women to Watch Greater China 2023: Sally Anderson, MetaDesign
From her native Australia to conquering the China market by creating and maintaining one of its leading creative agencies, Anderson has used her perfect blend of Western & Eastern sensibilities to become a well-recognised creative in Greater China and the region.
Women to Watch Greater China 2023: Riki Li, Wavemaker
Through innovative content marketing and brand growth models, Li uses data science and creativity together to help clients solve real-world business and communication challenges.
Women to Watch Greater China 2023: Long Wong, BBDO
In business, Wong is decisive and adaptable, helping client teams respond rapidly to overcome obstacles, especially during the pandemic.
Women to Watch Greater China 2023: Lara Jefferies, Plug
Thinking forward, sideways and backward to safeguard her clients’ interests, Jefferies' understanding of business and relationships makes her a seamless extension of the brand.
Women to Watch Greater China 2023: Laurien Lee, iProspect
A skilled articulator of business, media and market trends, Lee has spearheaded actionable insights for business stakeholders locally and globally.
Women to Watch Greater China 2023: Joyee Yu, Assembly
Like a ‘superapp’ of the agency world, Yu is a multi-skilled leader who has played an instrumental role in building Assembly’s business in China.
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