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Senior Marketers from Baidu, Nike, Microsoft, Lenovo, P&G, Samsung, Emirates & More to Feature at Beijing In2Summit on 18 Sept
BEIJING, Sept. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Holmes Report is bringing its In2 Innovation Summit to Beijing to explore the future of engagement, showcasing the brands, agencies and professionals that are at the forefront of innovation, disruption and the evolution of communications.
The event takes place on 18 September at the St Regis Hotel in Beijing.
Based on the theme of 'Tomorrow', the Beijing In2 Summit will feature a mix of lightning talks and panel discussions, featuring some of the region's star comms innovators, including:
Arthur Wei CMO, Lenovo China (keynote)
Andrew Pickup senior comms director, Microsoft Asia
Kaiser Kuo comms director, Baidu International
Valerie Tan VP of PR, social media, internal comms, Emirates Group
Liang Yun comms director, Procter & Gamble China
Dan Wong VP, media solutions, Samsung Electronics
Jeanne Huang comms director, Nike Greater China
Jessica Yip brand manager, Asia, Air New Zealand
Oscar Zhao CEO, BlueFocus Group
Scott Kronick president/CEO, Ogilvy PR Asia-Pacific
David Wolf China practice MD, Allison+Partners
Glenn Osaki CEO, MSLGroup Asia-Pacific
Ian Rumsby chief strategy officer, Weber Shandwick Asia-Pacific
Zaheer Nooruddin Studio D head, Waggener Edstrom
Janet Dai MD Edelman Digital China
Tickets, which cost $100 and include the In2 SABRE Awards lunch, can be purchased at the dedicated In2Summit Beijing website. Tickets for the evening SABRE Awards gala can also be purchased at the same website. Both events will take place at the St Regis Beijing.
Source: Holmes Report