Hakuhodo Asia Pacific's Woon Siew Hoh to sit on Clio Print, Print Technique + Out of Home jury

Woon Siew Hoh.jpgWoon Siew Hoh Regional Executive Creative Director Hakuhodo Asia Pacific Thailand will be sitting on this year's Print, Print Technique, and Out of Home jury at 2016 Clio Awards.

Hoh (pictured left) graduated from the Graphic Design School of Fine Arts, San Francisco, USA in 1992. Since graduation, his career has taken him all over Asia with leadership roles at the top network agencies all over Asia - including Darcy Beijing, BBDO Malaysia; Hakuhodo Indonesia and Bangkok.  

Prior to taking up the role of Regional Executive Creative Director, Hoh was Executive Creative Director of Hakuhodo Indonesia. Under his leadership, the agency was consistently ranked among the top three in Indonesia.
Hoh has worked on an eclectic mix of global and blue chip local brands including Unilever, Nestle, Kao Biore (regional), Shell, Pizza Hut and Danamon Bank.

Hoh is currently devoting his time to nurturing young talent and building teams across Asia to deliver a superior creative product and cutting edge thinking. Since its inception two years ago, Hoh has led his team in Hakuhodo Asia Pacific to win many major awards including Best of Show and multiple gold at the One Show, New York Festivals, London International Awards, AWARD, Citra Pariwara, Kancils, Longxi Award, Bangkok Art Directors' Club, AdFest, Spikes Asia and Cannes.

Hoh's expertise stretches beyond creative and has been instrumental in building key Client relationships while winning notable local and regional businesses such as Canon and Mitsubishi.

Hoh regularly judges at global and regional awards shows as part of his remit.

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