Asia-Pacific News In Brief (August 4, 2014)
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Asia-Pacific News In Brief (August 4, 2014)

SE10 expands in Singapore; Doremus opens Shanghai office; Kite adds new client.

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SINGAPORE—Ben Shaw, founding partner of specialist business-to-business PR agency SE10, has relocated to Singapore to head up the company’s Asia office. With offices in London and Chicago established over a decade ago, SE10 opened the doors to its Singapore branch last year to support a growing client base in Asia.

SHANGHAI—Doremus, the Omnicon-owned business-to-business communications agency, has exanded its presence in Greater China with a new office in Shanghai, adding to existing operations in Beijing and Hong Kong. The new Doremus Shanghai operation will be led by Marian Koa as managing director for China. She previously held leadership positions across Greater China for global networks such as Publicis, TBWA and Euro RSCG.

SYDNEY—Kite Communications has been awarded the Foodbank NSW account following a competitive pitch process. The agency will match Foodbank dollar-for-dollar, enabling a doubling of communication efforts. Kite’s will be to raise awareness of Foodbank in NSW, change perceptions around the hunger issue and motivate consumers and corporates to donate money, food and their time.

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