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HH Global appoints CEO for Asia Pacific to drive further growth in the region

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

HH Global, leaders in global marketing services, has appointed Stuart Helmore as CEO, Asia Pacific (APJ), to build on the company’s growth in the region and taking responsibility for sales, strategy and operations. 

APJ is very important to HH Global’s long term growth and there is a need for local leadership to drive that growth strategy.  In 2013 the company saw a dramatic increase in growth in APJ, with new offices opening in Hong Kong and Japan and an expansion of the offices serving increased demand in China.  Further expansion is imminently planned for Indonesia, South Korea, Taiwan and Malaysia.

Stuart has over 20 years’ experience of developing business across Asia Pacific.  His primary focus has been on achieving significant growth and financial success within print and packaging industries.  Throughout his career, Stuart has forged strong client and industry relationships in the region which put him in a great position to continue to build on the company’s presence and development across APJ.

Robert MacMillan, HH Global, commented:  “Asia Pacific has proved to be a key growth area for HH Global over 2013 and we look forward to seeing that growth continue through 2014.  As a company, we understand the importance of flexing our business model to deliver a culturally relevant service at a local level.  Stuart has an excellent track record and local knowledge of the region and his appointment puts us in an even stronger position to deliver success for HH Global and our clients both locally and globally from this region.”  


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