25 May 2020 22:07

APAC

DeVries Global appoints Roman Kibe to Regional VP, Social Strategy, Asia

DeVries Global, an international communications firm specializing in consumer marketing with offices across the U.S., Asia and Europe, today announced the appointment of Roman Kibe to Regional Vice President, Social Strategy, Asia. In this newly-created role, Kibe will be responsible for building the region’s center of excellence for influencer communications and creative integrated campaigns while enhancing the agency’s overall digital and social offering. He will report to Andres Vejarano, DeVries Global’s, Regional Managing Director, Asia.

Roman joins from Lewis Pulse where he managed digital operations for the APAC region. During his tenure, he was instrumental in the acquisition of the Peninsula Group Hotels, Porsche and Sabre accounts and also oversaw the day-to-day management of the agency’s BBC Earth and Invisalign accounts. Prior to that, he led the digital practice at Edelman, Hong Kong. There he contributed to award-winning campaigns for IKEA and Samsung and enhanced social strategies for ZTE, Tencent, HP and Cartier. Kibe also brings client side experience to his role, having worked for Universal Music Group where he managed the Disney Music repertoire and social media campaigns for artists including Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift and Gwen Stefani.

“I am thrilled Roman has joined us at a time of exciting growth for our Asia operations,” said Vejarano. “His track record of understanding what clients need, his insights and experience in developing award winning campaigns, and Roman’s understanding of the dynamic social and influencer landscape across Asia, will bring creative and commercial benefit to our clients”

“Roman is the ideal addition to Andres’s leadership team,” said Heidi Hovland, DeVries Global CEO. “We have a clear vision for growth in this region that is fueled by a culture that prides itself on guiding clients to the powerful intersection where creativity meets integrated solutions. We couldn’t ask for a better team to lead the charge.”

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