Tim Cheng to Tribal DDB Hong Kong

Tim_Cheng.jpgTribal DDB in Hong Kong has appointed Tim Cheng as Executive Creative Director to oversee the creative team and clients such as Philips, McDonald's, Tourism Australia and City of Dreams. With twelve years of interactive advertising and online design experience behind him, Tim brings an in depth knowledge of creative strategy, concepting and 360° integration to the agency. A winner of numerous APMA, Adfest, ADMA and AMI awards, Tim has received accolades at Cannes, Webbys and New York Festival, and been a speaker and judge at several awards shows in Australia.
"Tim is a multitalented creative with years of experience in the digital space. He has been the driving force in winning many international awards for his clients, and I'm excited to see him bring that sense of innovation and creativity to Tribal DDB," said Richard Thomas, President and CEO DDB Group Hong Kong.

"Tim's ability to think of big, bold and effective ideas, partnered with a great technical understanding of what's possible, will really help us and our clients push the boundaries of marketing with new technologies. His lethal combination of skills has already sprung some very successful and highly recognized campaigns over the past few years, and I am thrilled to have Tim leading the creative product in Hong Kong and be a part of Tribal DDB Asia." said Dirk Eschenbacher, Regional Executive Creative Director and Managing Partner, Tribal DDB Asia Pacific.

Before joining Tribal DDB Hong Kong, Tim spent four years as Digital Creative Director at Euro RSCG Australia, working on clients including, Sony Australia, Volvo, Jaguar, Hutchison 3G and Reckitt Benckiser. He has also worked as Creative Director for Good Technology in London and Barcelona, for clients such as Levis, Audi, Virgin Atlantic and PlayStation.

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