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Isobar regional CEO Jane Lin-Baden ends decade-long spell with agency

Isobar Asia Pacific chief executive Jane Lin-Baden has resigned after more than a decade with the agency.

She will leave next month after saying the time was right “to pursue new perspectives in my professional and private life”.

Lin-Baden took over the role of regional CEO in July 2016. She was also CEO for Isboar China Group, a role she held from mid 2013 to the end of last year when Alvin Huang took over.

Lin-Baden began her career at Isobar in January 2008 as managing partner China, before progressing through the ranks.

Isobar said in a statement: “Jane Lin-Baden has resigned from her position to pursue other career and personal opportunities and will support on Isobar’s regional transition until July.

“We thank Jane for her long-standing service to Isobar and wish her well for the future. Jean Lin, Global CEO, will oversee the regional business for Asia Pacific in the interim.”

Lin-Baden said: “I am deeply grateful for the experience of working at Isobar and Dentsu Aegis Network. Being part of the best digital agency network that brings transformation and innovation to our clients has been a privilege for me.

After a rewarding journey of 10 years, I feel it is time now to pause and pursue new perspectives in my professional and private life.

“I will continue to celebrate the successes of the inspirational leaders and exceptional colleagues in the network.”

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