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'Business Week' ad exec in Asia moves to London

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Hong Kong--After seven years in Hong Kong, Michael Toedman, Business Week's regional advertising director for Asia/Pacific, will transfer to the McGraw-Hill magazine's London office in late February. He will be replaced by Christina Chan, who joins Business Week from Yahoo! Asia's sales team. In London, Mr. Toedman will take on a new position as sales development director with responsibility in online, conferences, special sections and partnerships in Europe, reporting to Paul Maraviglia, managing director, Europe. Apart from his Business Week responsibilities, the American has been an active member of the Hong Kong chapter of the International Advertising Association and the Society of Publishers in Asia. Before joining Business Week three years ago, he was director of Asia special projects at Institutional Investor, prior to which he held various roles at Euromoney in New York, Hong Kong and London.

Copyright February 2001, Crain Communications Inc.

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