Lee shifts to Grey Interactive as MD of China/HK office

May 2006
Media: Asia's Media & Marketing Newspaper;5/5/2006, p6
This article reports that Lee Huen Yee, the former marketing director of the Wall Street Institute in Hong Kong, China, has been named managing director for the firm Grey Interactive's offices in China and Hong Kong. Lee will be based in Hong Kong and will report to Mike Amour, Grey Global Group's chairman and CEO. She said that having client and agency experience would be a major advantage in her new role. She said that it helps her to be a closer partner with the firm's clients as she understands their needs and concerns.


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