Adrian Peter Tse
Feb 29, 2016

The biggest ideas in media: Media360Summit video series

HONG KONG - At Campaign Asia's Media360Summit in Hong Kong last week, we spoke to some of the biggest names in media, and we'll be running a mini series of videos jam-packed with insights. Here's a little teaser.

In addition to our full coverage (including photos) from last week's Media360Summit in Hong Kong, we filmed a series of short, idea-packed interviews with a long list of media leaders. We're furiously editing the results as we speak, so stay tuned for insights from:

  • Sam Gellman, Head of Operations, Asia, Uber, Hong Kong
  • Michael Kassan, Chairman and CEO of MediaLink, United States of America
  • Lindsay Pattison, CEO, Worldwide, Maxus, United Kingdom
  • Seraphina Wong, executive director, communications and branding, UBS AG, Hong Kong
  • Gerry Boyle, global managing partner and chairman ZenithOptimediaAsia-Pacific 
  • Nick Waters, CEO, Dentsu Aegis Network, Asia-Pacific
  • Sean O'Brien, CEO, Carat Asia-Pacific
  • Mike Amour, President, Starcom MediaVest Group, Asia-Pacific
  • Sanjeeb Chaudhuri, Global chief marketing officer and regional head, Standard Chartered, East Asia
  • Adrian Toy, regional marketing director, Puma, Asia-Pacific
  • Rahul Welde, vice-president, media, Unilever, Asia, Africa, Middle East, Turkey and Russia
  • Thomas Kolster, Mr. Goodvertising – author, critic and expert in sustainable communication, Denmark

The teaser video above was produced by Campaign Asia-Pacific in association with Treacle Animation & Post-production.

 

 

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