Chong Kin joins Serviceplan as CCO, Marcus Ma as MD in Beijing + Li Li Pang as GM in Shanghai

Chong & Marcus.jpgAs Serviceplan International continue to expand their unique House of Communication model across the globe, making strategic creative and management hires to reflect their increasingly global outlook, Serviceplan China has appointed Chong Kin as Chief Creative Officer Greater China (pictured left), Marcus Ma as Managing Director Beijing (pictured right), and Lili Pang as General Manager Shanghai (below). Kin and Ma have joined Serviceplan China from Ogilvy & Mather Beijing, where they were responsible for the AUDI China account.

Together with the new Management, a strong team of creative, as well as strategic and client servicing talents bring their expertise to the office in Beijing and Shanghai. The spirit is good, the team ready to conquer the big competition in the market, and the first new clients are already in the pipeline.
LiLiPang.jpgMarkus Noder, Managing Partner Serviceplan International commented, "China is still the biggest growth market in numbers and technology in the world, and on its way to become the global leader. Together with our new Management in China, we as a group feel very comfortable and ready for the challenges to come. I believe the mixed Team of Chinese and international talents will give this agency a new fresh face and the new Management a great start."

Jason Romeyko, Worldwide Executive Creative Director Serviceplan Group, added: "China's creativity is reaching an interesting point, and will be seen more and more on the international stage. The mix of media, technology and people makes this new team interesting. The Chinese team will play a big role in our creative extension."

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