Burnett exec from Hong Kong shifts to Chicago

Madden, Normandy
March 1999
Advertising Age;3/22/1999, Vol. 70 Issue 12, p53
Trade Publication
This article states that Allen Chichester, will take a key executive position in Leo Burnett Co. in Chicago, Illinois starting April 1999. Burnett has not yet assigned him to specific assignment but Chichester said he will assist in corporate planning and development. Even though Asia id mired in recession and cutbacks in agency staff are common, Chichester insisted his departure is not a reflection of tough times rather a desire to take on another challenge following nine years in Asia. Chichester also leaves behind his role as chairman of the association of Accredited Advertising Agents of Hong Kong.


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