Date: 3 April 2014
Venue: Kee Club, 6/F, 32 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong
Cost: HK$380 – price includes complimentary drinks & canapés
This is a [D+D] supported event
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Mumbrella is holding its first Mumbrella Question Time debate in Asia next month. The format, which has been running in Australia since 2010, is to take place on 3 April at the Kee Club in Hong Kong.
The event will see a panel of high profile executives from Asia’s media and marketing scene take questions from the audience, moderated by Mumbrella Asia editor Robin Hicks. The panel will tackle issues such as what clients look for in their agencies, how to tackle the talent crunch, Asia’s most exciting media and work-life balance. Joining the panel to debate the big issues affecting the industry will be Ruth Rowan
, who is almost three years into her role chief marketing officer for Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa at telco giant BT. She will be joined by Aaron Lau
, Greater China CEO of Cheil Worldwide, Wayne Arnold
, global CEO of Lowe Profero and Min Chang
, president, Asia Pacific, diversified agency services, Omnicom Group.