Angie Ma– L’Oreal Paris Marketing Director – Angie has recently been appointed Marketing Director at L’Oreal ,recently declared Chinas largest advertisers in 2012,. She continues to be at the forefront of fashion and understanding women’s needs.
Clair Mah – Tiffany – Clair is currently the Director, Marketing & Public Relations, Asia Pacific at Tiffany & Co. She has over a decade at the US luxury goods leader, moving to Asia in 2010.
Clarence Mak, General Manager–Mars/Wrigley – Clarence recently has been appointed by Mars as General Manager, China from his current position as Head of Marketing at Wrigley China. With the merger , Clarence relocated from Guangzhou to Beijing to take on the new role
Paolo Mercado –Nestle– Paolo worked in advertising for more than twelve years in the Philippines and Paris. He then served as Global Communication Manager for Nestle’s Dairy Strategic Business Unit in the Head Office in Switzerland. He is currently the Head of Marketing & Consumer Communications for Nestle in the Greater China Region.
Jorge Meszaros- Procter & Gamble - Jorge has been with Procter & Gamble for a year. He is said to have “technical mastery in media and knowledge of the media marketplace and trends.” He has also had key P&G marketing roles in other regions, including Latin America.
Jens Meyer – adidas – A former athlete, Jens has been a part of different organizational levels across the adidas brands. Adidas has been in China for 21 years and has grown significantly to make it one of the German giant’s most important markets
Simon Millar – adidas – Simon has been a part of the sporting goods industry for 21 years. When he became the Vice President for Sports Style for adidas Greater China, he is now responsible for the development of the strategy and the execution of adidas’ new brands in China.
Helanya Minsk – Marketing Director, Johnson & Johnson – Helanya joins JNJ in China from a global role with the FMCG and Pharma giant. Prior to this, she has more than two decades of experience at Unilever and other blue chip firms.