Digital agency Lion & Lion elevates Supriya Jain to managing director role in Hong Kong

Suprya Jain.jpgLion & Lion has promoted Supriya Jain to Managing Director at Lion & Lion in Hong Kong. She will lead the digital agency's business in Hong Kong to drive the group vision forward and further strengthen its growth and client relations.

Jain (pictured) has played an instrumental role for the Hong Kong office and has successfully partnered with brands such as Shiseido, NowTV, Avene, La Prairie, FWD, Habbitzz, Indigo Living and others. Just recently, her team in Hong Kong won the Gold award, for a leading Jewellery brand, at the Google Premium Partner Awards in the Growing Businesses Online category.
Sumit Ramchandani, Head of Markets for Lion & Lion, said, "We have an ambitious growth plan, and Supriya will lead the Hong Kong office to continuously strengthen our position as a results-driven integrated digital agency.

"She possesses the key problem solving and client management skills needed to grow Lion & Lion further in Hong Kong. So, this promotion is just as much a recognition of her past contribution as much as it is a vote of confidence in her potential to go above and beyond," he added.

Jain said, "It has been a pleasure working for Lion & Lion the past three years and contributing to the growth of the business. I am excited to take on this new role of leading Lion & Lion in Hong Kong as the Managing Director, and I aim to further grow and deliver success to our clients and partners through impactful digital strategy supported by strong execution."

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