Carat strengthens Asia Pacific office

Carat has strengthened its Asia Pacific office with the creation of three senior management roles.

Carat has strengthened its Asia Pacific office with the creation of three senior management roles.

Amy Chu joins as general manager from Bozell, where she was executive media director. At Carat Asia Pacific, she will be responsible for Hong Kong and Southern China.

Responsibility for the company's training and business development has been handed to Colin Robinson, a former UK BBJ Media Services director.

Annie Allen has been appointed as regional account director, responsible for the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group. Previously at Carat International's London office, she was responsible for managing strategy for clients such as United Distillers, Bang & Olufsen and Lego.

Howard Wang, chief executive officer for Carat Asia Pacific, said: "I feel confident that the growing management team in the Asia Pacific region means that Carat's strategic long-term plans will be met."



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