June 6, 2005

Account Moves & New Appointments

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Victoria Henderson promoted to managing director, China at Interpublic Group of Cos.' Universal McCann, Shanghai from worldwide media director on McCann's global Cathay Pacific Airways account in Hong Kong. She replaces Kain Huang, who is relocating to Taipei as chief operating officer, McCann Worldgroup in Taiwan. Brett Stewart is relocating to Hong Kong to take over Ms. Henderson's Cathay role. Previously, he was SVP-managing director at Universal McCann, New York | Guy Russo promoted to president, Greater China, McDonald's Corp., based in Hong Kong, from managing director-chief executive officer, Australia in Sydney | Yue Chee Guan to executive creative director, WPP Group's Grey Worldwide, Beijing from ECD, Omnicom Group's BBDO Worldwide, Shanghai | Sony Corp. has moved its SonyHandycam account to Publicis Groupe's Leo Burnett Worldwide, Shanghai from WPP's Y&R. New ads will appear in August | Stephen Drummond to general manager-head of planning, a new position at independent shop Nitro in Shanghai from regional planning director, Asia, Interpublic's Lowe & Parners, Shanghai | Omincom's DDB CRM unit Rapp Collins has opened its first Chinese offices in Shanghai and Beijing under Business Director Eric Nygard, now based in Beijing. Previously, he was business director, Greater China, DDB, in Hong Kong | Pat Mak to creative services director, Omnicom's TBWA Worldwide, Hong Kong from the same position at M&C Saatchi, Hong Kong | Interpublic's Foote Cone & Belding, Beijing has picked up the strategy and creative business for Hui Yuan, China's largest fruit juice brand, without a pitch. Grey, Shanghai handled previously | Keith Capella promoted to regional business director, North Asia, Motorola at WPP's Ogilvy & Mather, Beijing from regional account director, Northwest Airlines, Ogilvy, Tokyo. Also, Mary Jane Butler promoted to regional business director, Asia/Pacific, Kraft Foods, at Ogilvy, Bejing from regional business director, Ponds at Ogilvy, Bangkok.

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