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Ogilvy & Mather Launches New York-Based China Practice

Ogilvy & Mather has launched a China practice, which will be based in New York and have close ties to leaders of Ogilvy PR.

The China practice will be led by Lyndon Cao, former GM of China’s English-language publication China Daily. Cao will report to O&M global CEO Miles Young and will work with Scott Kronick, president of Ogilvy PR  Worldwide in North Asia and Jamie Moeller, MD of the global public affairs practice, based in D.C. The practice will offer IR, corporate, branding, and other marcomms services that are meant to help Chinese companies coming to the U.S. market and vice versa.

Cao previously worked with Ogilvy’s public affairs and branding states practice in Beijing. Click here for a video about the practice featuring Young and Cao.

[via Seeking Alpha]

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Ogilvy PR Names New Asia Pacific CEO; Senior Promotions

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Ogilvy PR’s Steve Dahllof has been promoted to Regional CEO of Asia Pacific. He previously served as Managing Director of Ogilvy PR’s Global Strategy+Planning Group. Dahllof succeeds Christopher Graves, who was named Global CEO.

In addition, Scott Kronick, currently President of Ogilvy PR/China, will now oversee North Asia. Andrew Thomas, currently Managing Director in Singapore will oversee Southeast Asia. John Studdert of Ogilvy PR/Australia will oversee five Ogilvy PR majority-owned agencies there as well as the two firms in which Ogilvy has a minority stake.

“Ogilvy PR is nearly twice as big as it was five years ago in Asia Pacific,” said Graves. All changes are effective January 1st.