Euro RSCG Shanghai add to management team

Euro RSCG Shanghai today announced the return of agency veteran Jowell See as Executive shanghai group management.jpgPartner, and the promotion of Kitty Gu to Business Director. The pair will work closely with Edward Su, Managing Director, and Simone Zhang, Strategic Planning Director,

See will work closely with local and global teams to oversee major global and regional accounts, including Pernod-Ricard, Jaguar, Dulux, Vichy and Hershey's. He has extensive experience in China market, having worked at Euro RSCG Beijing from 1999 to 2008. Through this period, he handled some of the agency's largest blue chip accounts, including Intel, Dell and Volvo.
As Business Director, Kitty Gu's key focus will be on domestic and non-globally aligned international accounts. She has 13 years of agency experience, including stints at JWT, Saatchi & Saatchi, Lowe, and Bates. Gu joined Euro RSCG in 2009.


Anonymous said:

With the return of old skool Mason Lin as CEO of Euro RSCG Greater China, surely you'll see the old taiwanese guards being re-hired. That will surely giving the network a 'fresh' image.

Anonymous said:

Oh my goodness, I want to land the account of the young lady in the middle :)

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