Digital marketing agency Isobar hires Kevin Huang as senior creative director for Taiwan

L to R_Liberty Hsu & Kevin Huang.jpgIsobar has appointed Kevin Huang as Senior Creative Director in Taiwan to further strengthen creative leadership and drive growth for digital creative business across the region. Huang (pictured right) will report to Liberty Hsu (left), Executive Creative Director of Isobar in Taiwan and will lead the creative team together with Creative Director Mag Chen.

Huang has more than 15 years' experience in digital and integrated marketing communications. He joined the Isobar team in Taiwan in 2002, before transferring to the Shanghai office in 2011, working across renowned clients such as HSBC, NISSAN, P&G, Chunghwa Telecom, Pfizer, Yahoo!Kimo, Motorola, SONY, Coca-Cola, SINYI Realty, CHIMEI, and Hennessy.

Liberty Hsu, Executive Creative Director of Isobar Taiwan said, "In the ever-changing digital environment, we believe it is important to continue to invest in the best creative talent. I am delighted Kevin is rejoining the team as Senior Creative Director in Taiwan and believe his extensive experience, coupled with his exceptional creative skills will help us to cultivate a new generation of talent, accelerate our creative diversification and expand our client service scope."
On his appointment Huang said, "I'm thrilled to have the opportunity to work with this dream team again. I look forward to pushing creative boundaries and delivering ideas without limits to our world leading clients."

Huang has been awarded at major local and regional award shows, including the Click! Awards, Times Asia-Pacific Advertising Awards, ROI Festival and China Interactive Advertising Awards. Award-winning campaigns that Kevin has been involved in include Chunghwa Telecom - 20M Launch, Viartril-s-X Research Institute campaign, Yahoo Search Rich Mechant's True Love campaign and Sinyi Realty 'Search for your ideal property' campaign.

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