Vincent Siu rejoins Leo Burnett Hong Kong to head up the agency's new business development

Vincent Siu.jpgLeo Burnett Hong Kong has lured back former staffer Vincent Siu, as Director of Client Services, in charge of new business development, and overseeing current client business.

In this newly created role, Siu (pictured) will report to Jeff Ho, Managing Director of Leo Burnett Hong Kong, and work with Milker Ho, the ECD, leveraging the agency resources to provide more and better creative solutions for clients and business.

"This is a true 'homecoming' for Vincent, and we are very excited to have him back in the Leo Burnett family. Vincent embodies the real Leo Burnett 'Reach for the Stars' spirit. He is a seasoned business leader, a genuine team player and a champion of creative excellence. I believe with Vincent on board, we will together lift Leo Burnett Hong Kong to new heights," said Ho.
Siu has over 18 years of advertising and marketing experience and was Group Brand Director at Leo Burnett Hong Kong from 2008 to 2012 before joining Cheil Hong Kong as Business Director. During his time with Cheil, he helped them grow from being simply "Samsung's creative arm" in the city to being a major competitive agency with a multitude of blue chip clients including Samsonite, the MTR, HKT1O1O and VTC.

Siu said: "The Hong Kong market is experiencing rapid changes every day, which requires advertising agencies to stay at the cutting edge of marketing practice. However, no matter what changes occur, I firmly believe in Leo Burnett's core philosophy: that creativity based on accurate human insights will always have the power to drive business growth."

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