Asia-Pacific News In Brief (November 30, 2015)
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Asia-Pacific News In Brief (November 30, 2015)

Darby Doll launches new consulting business; Edelman adds talent; Daylight expands services.

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TAIPEI—Darby Doll has left his role as senior advisor, international communications and digital media at Telstra in Hong Kong to return to Taiwan and launch his own independent consultancy. Doll aims to help fast growing companies and forward thinking executives gain advantage in social media. Doll spent two and a half years at Telstra after stints at Edelman, Golin and Ketchum.

SINGAPORE—Delicia Tan has been appointed senior director and lead client strategist for major client engagements for Edelman in Singapore. Tan has spent a decade with Edelman and returns to Singapore following a two-year stint at Edelman China, where she headed the corporate practice in Beijing. Her remit will include enhancing Edelman's crisis, media and executive coaching trainings.

HONG KONG—Daylight Partnership, a content creation and social media engagement agency with offices in Hong Kong and Singapore, has launched a new content creation unit, Daylight IS (Immersive Storytelling), devoted to creating compelling, engaging visual content designed for a multi-screen world. The firm has also debuted Daylight Rx, its insights and analytics unit and added new clients SOGO Hong Kong and Sense of Touch.

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