Kevin Chui exits Tribal DDB to sign on at wwwins Isobar Shanghai as Group Creative Director

Kevin_Chiu.jpgKevin Chiu has been appointed Group Creative Director at wwwins Isobar Shanghai where he will be tasked with leading several teams to develop creative and innovative ideas for the agency's Coca-Cola, Sprite, and Minute Maid brands.

In his new position, Chiu will report to Tim Doherty, Creative Partner at wwwins Isobar China and sit under the creative leadership of Peter Shen, Chief Creative Officer at wwwins Isobar Greater China.

 "We've admired Kevin's creative approach and the award-winning work he's produced over the years, so we're thrilled to finally have him be part of the team. I believe he will inject fresh thinking into our constant quest for digital creativity and innovation," said Wayne Fan, Managing Director of wwwins Isobar Shanghai.

 "With years of creative experience and proven senior leadership, I know Kevin will inspire our teams to create and deliver great ideas for our clients, like never before," said Tim Doherty.
Chiu is a Hong Kong native with over 12 years of digital advertising experience. Before joining wwwins Isobar, Chiu was Group Creative Director at Tribal DDB Shanghai, where he spent two years heading up creative for clients including, McDonald's, Shanghai Volkswagen, Neutrogena and Clean and Clear. Prior to that he was Creative Director at Tribal DDB Hong Kong, where he was awarded at Cannes, EFFIE, Digital Media Awards, London International Awards (LIA), Long Xi and Kam Fan for clients such as McDonald's, Vitasoy and Volkswagen.

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