SPECTRUM Entertainment Holdings Ltd has announced the following executive appointments and management promotions in its sales and client services departments.
Guy Horne, formerly regional sales and marketing manager, has been promoted to general manager, sales and marketing.
Mr Horne will be managing sponsorship in the Asia-Pacific region of events such as the Asian Golf Tour, the women's World Volleyball Grand Prix, and the ATP Tennis Tour.
He has been involved in the China market since 1986 and worked closely with the Shanghai government on the East Asian Games.
Nick Freyer has been named marketing manager.
Since joining Spectrum in 1990, Mr Freyer has been engaged in the marketing of premier events such as the Salem Open Tennis Championships and the Kent Golf Open. Otis Lau has been named client services manager. Mr Lau will continue to provide services for existing and new local and international clients. ICL Hong Kong Ltd has announced the appointment of computer industry veteran Kenneth Ng as its new managing director.
Mr Ng's China experience, which he gained mainly as general manager for Unisys China, will be of particular benefit to ICL as it continues to increase its activities on the mainland.
Before joining ICL, Mr Ng was managing director of Sequent Computers in Hong Kong. He also spent 10 years with Sperry and Unisys before going on to establish his own software house for the garment industry, EDPS. INCHCAPE Pacific Ltd has appointed Dirk Rossey as general manager for human resources development - greater China.
Inchcape Pacific has 7,500 staff in greater China. Mr Rossey will be responsible for management and career development and training.
He has more than 10 years' experience in human resources development. He was Inchcape Pacific's training and development manager for two years before transferring to Inchcape Berhad in Singapore, where he worked as quality development consultant.
A commercial engineer, Mr Rossey has also worked in his native Belgium, Britain, France, Turkey, Malaysia and Australia. WILLIAM Encherman has been appointed as director - biscuits and general manager - Korea, Campbell Soup Asia Ltd.
Mr Encherman will be responsible for developing and directing the implementation of the Campbell business plan to build Arnott's biscuit business throughout Asia.
Mr Encherman will also handle the Campbell soup and juice business in Korea.
He has been with the Campbell soup company since 1986, working in the Pepperidge farm biscuit subsidiary. During his tenure as director of marketing in the biscuit business unit, sales and profits of these products more than doubled. THE Excelsior Hong Kong has appointed Ivan Cheung to assistant controller.
With nine years' experience in hotel accounting in Hong Kong, Mr Cheung will assist the controller in all areas of finance.
He is a member of Hong Kong Society of Accountants. SALOMON Brothers has announced the appointment of Jim Dickson as director of Asian future and derivatives for the Asian equities department of Salomon Brothers Hong Kong Ltd.
He will be responsible for the firm's customer business in relation to futures and derivatives trading in Asian equities.
Mr Dickson was previously a director of Barings Futures Hong Kong Ltd.
He has spent eight years trading various global derivative products, including four years with Barings where he specialised in Asian markets. RICHARDS Basmajian Ltd has announced the promotion of Alan Ma to associate.
Mr Ma has 19 years' experience in the design industry specialising in corporate interiors and project management.
He has been with Richards Basmajian since 1988.
Bronwyn Stephenson has joined the company as business development/marketing manager. Ms Stephenson studied at the Architectural Association in London and has nine years' experience in the field of architecture and design.
She will be concentrating on marketing and client support for the company's corporate design department. HILL and Knowlton Asia Ltd has announced a series of management appointments in the firm's Hong Kong office.
Bennett Cheng has been promoted to group director - marketing communications and health care, and Timmy Ng has been promoted to division director of creative services.
Virginia Ng, formerly of the Federation of Hong Kong Industries, has joined the company as manager - public affairs.
Michael Selwyn, former industry editor for Asian Business, has joined as director - telecommunications, and Donough Foley, previously group head of Media Dynamics Edelman Worldwide, has been appointed group director - business-to-business marketing.
GROUP Sense International Ltd has announced a number of senior management appointments.
William Lo has been appointed vice-president, finance. Mr Lo has more than 10 years' experience in finance and accounting management.
He was previously group chief accountant of Michel of Hong Kong Ltd.
Mr Lo will oversee financial controlling and investment strategy.
The group has also announced the appointment of Dony Wong and Steve Chan as marketing manager for the Southeast Asia division and computer products division respectively.
Both men will be responsible for the planning and implementation of marketing strategy.