MEC Hong Kong announces Charmaine Lau as Head of Interaction

30 January, 2015

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MEC, a leading media agency,, has announced the appointment of Charmaine Lau as new Head of Interaction of their Hong Kong office.

Charmaine will lead the digital team of MEC Hong Kong, securing growth for the agency and its clients with the best integrated digital offer in the business.

Doris Kuok, Managing Director of MEC Hong Kong, said, “We are thrilled to have Charmaine join our thriving digital leadership community. With her rich experience and expertise, we are in a perfect place to deliver on our ambition to be our client’s most valued business partner.”

About Charmaine Lau

Charmaine comes to MEC from a role as National Director at Ogilvy & Mather Public Relations in Shanghai. Prior to this she worked as Planning Director at Neo@Ogilvy in Shanghai, where she was responsible for developing digital communication strategy to clients like UPS, Johnson & Johnson, Johnnie Walker, Mary Kay, LEE Jeans and HSBC. Not a stranger to GroupM, Charmaine has worked stints at both MediaCom Japan and Mindshare HK. Charmaine has over 15 years’ of media industry experience.

About MEC
MEC is committed to growth. Growth for our people, our clients and our industry. MEC pushes the boundaries of what’s possible in order to thrive in ~ Ad Ops ~ Analytics ~ Brand Partnerships ~ Content Marketing ~ Data ~ Insight ~ Integrated Planning ~ Mobile ~ Multi-cultural ~ Performance Marketing ~ Planning & Buying ~ Programmatic ~ Search ~ Social ~ Sport, Entertainment & Cause Marketing. Our 5,000 highly talented and motivated people work with category leading advertisers in 93 countries and we are a founding partner of GroupM. To find out more, visit us at #dontjustlivethrive

Alex Meaden
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