Campaign India Team
Apr 04, 2012

More speakers announced for Asian Marketing Effectiveness Festival 2012

David Brain of Edelman Asia Pacific and Colin Currie of Adidas Group Greater China will join the speakers line-up

More speakers announced for Asian Marketing Effectiveness Festival 2012

Asian Marketing Effectiveness Festival 2012 which is to be held in Shanghai in from 26 April to 27 April 2012, has announced two more speakers for its existing speakers line-up.

These include David Brain, president and chief executive officer, Edelman Asia-Pacific, and Collin Currie, managing director, Adidas Group, Greater China. 

Brain oversees Edelman’s Asia Pacific business of 900 employees across 20 offices in 10 countries.  He has worked in the region over two stints for nearly a decade' for Edelman, and for Visa International where he ran corporate and public affairs; and in advertising for Singapore firm Batey Ads where he headed strategic planning.

 

Currie manages the responsibility for one of the largest areas within the Adidas Group. Before taking up this position, Currie was senior vice president, marketing and sales for Adidas Greater China. In this capacity, he was responsible for the overall brand and sales performance of Adidas in Greater China. 

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