Burnett Thailand hires sacked Grey MD for shop revamp

January 2003
Media: Asia's Media & Marketing Newspaper;1/10/2003, p1
Reports on the appointment of On-usa Lamliengpol, former chief executive of Grey Global Group Thailand for the post of the managing director of Thailand-based advertising agency Leo Burnett Co. Reason behind the appointment of Lamliengpol; Expectations of the company from Lamliengpol; Other changes in the management of company.


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