Executive creative director
Mr Blower joined the group as executive creative director and has been instrumental in the creation of the first pan-regional TVC activity for major client Volvo. He brings more than 15 years' experience in the Asian advertising arena and will oversee the creative process for campaigns produced by the Singapore team.
Khan S. Sung
Director, revenue strategy
JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong
Mr Sung is responsible for determining the hotel's sales strategies through revenue management, in combination with sales strategy team leadership, recommending and maintaining effective and rational pricing strategies for rooms and function space. Before this appointment he was pricing and account services manager, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East, for Marriott International.
Executive creative director
Grey Worldwide Beijing
Mr Yue, a Singaporean who has been in the advertising industry for 12 years, will have full leadership of Grey Beijing's creative department and its products for major accounts including GlaxoSmithKline, Unicom, Kangshifu and Volkswagen. The recipient of international and regional awards, Mr Yue joins Grey from BBDO Shanghai, where he worked on the accounts of Pepsi, FedEx, 7Up, Mirinda and Lays.
Director, research and development
Dr Chan independently plans, directs and conducts scientific and engineering research and development projects in the fields of pharmacology, biochemistry, genetic engineering, Chinese medicine and advanced materials. The company collaborates with the City University of Hong Kong and the University of Hong Kong to develop novel recombinant protein drugs for the treatment of liver diseases.
Raymond C. M. Yeung
General manager, plumbing fixtures division
Arnhold & Co
Mr Yeung was promoted on May 1. He will lead the plumbing fixtures division by employing his more than 15 years of sales and marketing experience in products, as well as his eight years of strategic management experience.
Richard Wong Yue-chim
Independent non-executive director
Sun Hung Kai Properties
Professor Wong is deputy vice-chancellor of the University of Hong Kong. He has been active in advancing economic research on policy issues in Hong Kong and the mainland through his work as founding director of the Hong Kong Centre for Economic Research and the Hong Kong Institute of Economics and Business Strategy. He was awarded the Silver Bauhinia Star in 1999 for his contribution to education.
Director, HK & China
Meinhardt Hong Kong
With other Meinhardt directors, Mr Organ will be responsible for the strategic direction and growth of Meinhardt China, which includes the company's offices in the mainland, Hong Kong and Macau. He has worked for the company for seven years, joining the firm in Bangkok. During this time, he established Meinhardt's office in Manila, and then led one of the company's divisions in Hong Kong.