Oracle Added Value Makes Additions to Talent and Leadership Teams in Greater China
04 Nov 2011|Added Value
Oracle Added Value today announced the appointments of Matthew Carr as the new Deputy Managing Director of the Hong Kong office and Arthur Tam as Head of Talent Development, Greater China. Carr joins the business effective immediately and will report directly to Katie McClintock, Managing Director, Hong Kong. Tam will formally assume his new role in January 2012.
In his role as Deputy Managing Director of Oracle Added Value, Hong Kong, Carr will head a joint team combining qualitative and quantitative consultants, focusing on delivering strategic business solutions to meet client needs in the region.
Carr is a veteran marketer and researcher and has 20 years experience of driving client businesses forward through insight led marketing advice and unwavering business focus. Prior to joining the company, he was Managing Director, APAC of the international marketing and research consultancy Illuminas. He has led strategic research projects for clients including Fox, HSBC and Tate & Lyle. Carr moved to Hong Kong in 2007 from Paris where, as Head of Marketing for Eurosport, the global sports network, he helped develop the channel’s commercial offer across broadcast, online, mobile and event platforms.
Tam, currently Head of Regional Research, based in Hong Kong, will transition to the newly created position of Head of Talent Development, Greater China, over the coming two months. He will be responsible for the recruitment, training and development of the people employed in the Greater China region.
Tam will work closely with Dave Blackshaw, Chief Talent Officer of the Added Value group; Kelvin Ma, Managing Director of the China business; and Katie McClintock. Before joining Oracle Added Value, Tam spent over 13 years at Synovate, culminating in his position as Executive Director.
McClintock said “Matthew makes a valuable addition to the team. His leadership, strategic insights and expertise particularly in the finance and media sectors will be important assets as we grow our research teams and expand new business opportunities in the region.”
“We are also very pleased that Arthur is taking on this new role,” McClintock added. “Having Arthur to drive the initiative is a great way to demonstrate the Added Value Group’s commitment to acquiring and retaining top talent.”
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Oracle Added Value
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