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Ogilvy Promotes Three To Strengthen Asia-Pacific Management

Debby Cheung, currently group managing director of Ogilvy PR China, has been named president of Ogilvy PR, China and Hong Kong.

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SHANGHAI, SINGAPORE and SYDNEY—Debby Cheung (pictured), currently group managing director of Ogilvy PR China and President of Ogilvy & Mather Group Shanghai, has been named president of Ogilvy PR, China and Hong Kong.

In addition, Andrew Thomas, currently regional director of Ogilvy PR Southeast Asia has been promoted to president of Ogilvy PR Southeast Asia with additional responsibility for Ogilvy PR's leadership in India, and Kieran Moore, current CEO of Ogilvy PR Australia will take on a broader role as regional director of talent.

The moves follow the recent announcement that current China head Scott Kronick will be promoted to the role of Asia-Pacific CEO at Ogilvy PR upon the retirement of Steve Dahllof at the end of the year. –

Cheung, a 23-year veteran of Ogilvy PR, will take on her new role beginning January 2014, while continuing her position as president of Ogilvy & Mather Group, Shanghai. Thomas joined Ogilvy PR in Singapore in 2005 and has served as regional director since 2010.

Partnering with Kronick, Moore will continue her current role, and will also be responsible for creating and driving talent strategy for the agency, including talent attraction, people engagement and retention.

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