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Key leaders appointed for APAC region

Author: Mayer Becker
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Opening of two new offices to meet growing demand for services

HH Global announced the appointment of several key executives to new or expanded roles and the opening of two new offices to meet growing demand for the Company’s services in the region. The region encompasses thirteen offices in nine countries, representing almost twenty percent of the Company’s turnover.

The announcement was made by Andrew Price, Chief Executive Officer, Asia-Pacific, “With turnover growth of seventy-two percent in our last fiscal year, demand is expanding in this region for our outsourced procurement and creative production solutions. We continue to deliver significant, measured cost savings to large multi-nationals while managing the challenges of their complex supply chains for printed marketing materials, packaging, and creative production. In response to this growth, I made several key leadership changes that will result in improved support to all our clients.”

The leadership appointments made by Price include two seasoned executives joining HH Global, Stewart Hardy and Judy Wong. Hardy will lead implementation and continuous improvement and Wong will serve as regional financial controller. Gaining new or expanded assignments are Weini Wang, promoted to Managing Director, China and Taiwan, Chris Reynolds, appointed General Manager, Hong Kong, and Stuart Helmore, named Head of Marketing Services for the region. It was previously announced that Bradford Owen joined the regional leadership team as Senior Vice President, Business Development. All of these leaders will report to Price, and the appointments are effective immediately.

The Australia and New Zealand markets grew with the addition of four new clients, including Volkswagen Australia. As a result, new offices opened this year in Melbourne, and Auckland, New Zealand, according to Marc Flior, HH Global Country Manager for Australia and New Zealand. The new Melbourne office is located at Level 2, 710 Collins Street, Docklands, Victoria.