SUBSCRIBE: Newsletter

Human Resources

Toggle

Article

Anthony Wong

Lighthouse strengthens editorial team in Hong Kong

For the 5th consecutive year, HR Distinction awards will again honour the very best in the HR industry. Winning is both an affirmation of the exceptional quality of your work in the industry and among peers. Submit your entries now!
Contact us now for more details.

Lighthouse is pleased to announce the appointment of two seasoned reporters to the Hong Kong office to bolster the company’s flagship titles Human Resources and Marketing.

Joining Human Resources is Anthony Wong, who takes on the role of Hong Kong editor to spearhead its growth in this dynamic and fast-moving market.

Wong will oversee the editorial direction of the Hong Kong edition, which launched with a quarterly print edition and a series of bespoke events earlier this year. He joins Lighthouse from the South China Morning Post, where he worked on Classified Post.

Working alongside regional editor Aditi Sharma Kalra, he will oversee the digital and print editions, in addition to the events.

“It’s a really exciting time for the Human Resources brand,” Sharma Kalra said.

“We have big plans for the Hong Kong market and having someone with the knowledge and connections that Anthony brings is a major asset.”

Marketing magazine is additionally pleased to announce the appointment of Inti Tam as deputy editor.

Tam joins Marketing from Headline Daily, where she was responsible for breaking local and international news, as well as overseeing the newspaper’s social media strategy.

As deputy editor she will take charge of day-to-day operations of Marketing, from breaking news to audience growth and a growing portfolio of live events.

Matt Eaton, editor of Marketing, said it was great to have Tam join the team.

“We are very excited to have Inti on board. We have a big few months ahead of us with Spark Awards, PR Awards, and her experience in the media industry has already proved to be a benefit.”

Both Wong and Tam started their roles this week.



Back in Hong Kong for its fourth year on September 5 at the Hotel ICON, Learning and Development Asia is bigger and better than ever before and earned its reputation as the most influential L&D strategy event in Asia.
Pre-order your tickets now!
Contact us now for an amazing group discount

Read More News

in Hong Kong by

Your boss said WHAT?!

Yesterday, we found Singapore’s rudest boss. Today, we share more stories about some really idiotic bosses, and the dumb things th..

Trending

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.