Global PR Summit 2015
The most important event in the global communications world’s calendar.
The key global benchmark of PR agency rankings, industry size and global comms trends.
The most creatively awarded PR campaigns and agencies in the world.
The Holmes Report profiles marketing and communications innovators from across North America and EMEA.
In-depth annual research into the PR industry's efforts to raise creative standards.
Coverage of the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Creative work, trends and views from the global public relations industry.
Dedicated to exploring the new frontiers of PR as it dives deeper into social media, content and analytics.
Our coverage of key technology PR trends and challenges around the world.
From brand marketing to conscious consumerism, coverage of key marketing and PR trends worldwide.
Coverage of healthcare PR and marketing.
Financial communications, sector news and mergers and acquisitions.
Coverage of global corporate reputation and communications news and trends.
The world's biggest PR awards programme, dedicated to benchmarking the best PR work from across the globe.
A high-level forum designed for senior practitioners to address the critical issues facing the profession.
Exploring the innovation and disruption that is redefining influence and engagement.
The Holmes Report's annual selections for PR Agencies of the Year, across all of the world's major markets.
Bringing together in-house comms leaders with PR firms to discuss critical global issues.
The regional MD of Interpublic Group consumer PR agency DeVries Global has abruptly left after two years in the job, reports Mumbrella Asia.
Holmes Report 05 May 2014 // 5:14PM GMT
SINGAPORE — The regional MD of Interpublic Group consumer PR agency DeVries Global has abruptly left after two years in the job, reports Mumbrella Asia.
Michelle Tham set up Devries’s Asia operation based out of Singapore in 2012, after 11 years working for IPG sister PR agency Weber Shandwick, latterly as senior VP. She is close to Procter & Gamble, having moved to DeVries along with Weber Shandwick’s regional P&G team to run the account.
But Tham has been replaced by an executive from overseas. Former DeVries employee DeLisa Harmon has moved from the US to Singapore to fill the role, the agency confirmed this morning.
Harmon moves from Sprout Content where she was chief marketing officer. Over a long career in PR, she has worked for Marina Maher Communications and Ruder Finn, and spent six years at DeVries between 1999 and 2005.
IPG expanded DeVries out of New York in 2012, with Tham overseeing offices in Beijing, Guangzhou and Shanghai. The agency has satellite offices in India, Japan and Taiwan.
Before joining Weber in 2001, Tham was a civil servant, working as a public education officer for the Ministry of the Environment & Water Resources.
Arun Sudhaman 18 May 2015
Definitive picture of global PR industry emerges today, as the Holmes Report and ICCO launch the 201 ...
Aarti Shah 16 Apr 2015
While women make up about 70% of the PR workforce, they only hold about 30% of the top positions in ...
We feel that the views of the reader are as important as the views of the writer. Please contact us at [email protected]Signup for Newsletter Sitemap
© The Holmes Report 2014