Superunion Hong Kong gains a new creative director and senior client director

Superunion Hong Kong has made two senior appointments to its management team to help grow the business in Hong Kong and Southern China. 

Former executive creative director of Prophet Tim Brown (pictured right) has been appointed as Superunion's Hong Kong creative director. In his new role, Brown will lead the local creative team, delivering creative brand strategies and design to the agency’s biggest clients. He will also focus on driving the agency’s South China agenda, with a goal of transforming fintech, automotive, and platform brands in the high-growth region.

The agency has also named Stella Lee (pictured left) as senior client director. Leading the client service team, Lee will be responsible for the agency's client relationship and new business efforts in Hong Kong, as well as South China which the agency aims to leverage to grow its 2020 business. 

Formerly serving as business director of global markets at OMD APAC, Lee will also be tasked with elevating Superunion Hong Kong's offer and delivery, providing mentorship, and strengthening client relationships.

Speaking on these appointments, Benedict Gordon (middle), Asia CEO of Superunion, said, “These last few months have been very challenging for brands, but these challenges have also brought opportunities. Now more than ever we need nimble, creative, and strategic talents to innovate and solve tomorrow’s brand challenges. Lee and Brown are a powerful union of talent who will elevate our creative offerings for existing and new clients throughout Hong Kong and the region.”

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