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International Business Development

 

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Christine

Christine
International Business Development

Expériences professionnelles

 

IMS / Insigniam
Asia and Europe

Consultant media and digital transformation

Août 2019 - Aujourd'hui

  • Senior Advisor IMS
  • Senior Advisor Insigniam


FUN UNION
Hong Kong

CEO

Jan 2016 - Août 2019

Growth and monetisation of a catalogue of cartoons (TV series) for children.

Globally launched three TV series of animated cartoons - educational and entertaining for children. Concluded the negotiations leading to the creation of the J.V. FUN Union in February 2017.

  • Launched the series BabyRiki in China in July 2017, accumulating over 1bn views on digital streaming platforms within 12 months.
  • Sold FUN Union’s content globally to broadcasters and agents, resulting in the distribution of the animated TV series in 14 languages and over 30 markets - including the UK and North America.
  • Successfully led the negotiations with CCTV-Animation for the first ever Sino-Russian co-produced children animation TV series, which includes KikoRiki’s character.
  • Negotiated licensing agreements (toys, publishing and apparel in particular) in key markets including China and the UK, generating a healthy US$10 million revenue pipeline.

KIDS DAILIES
Hong Kong

Managing Director

Jan 2013 - Jan 2016

B2C digital learning platform for children.

As an entrepreneur, transformed the printed educational newspaper co-founded in 2004, into a digital platform for young children, in English and Chinese languages.

  • Developed and executed the strategic shift from Hong Kong to global and print to digital greatly increasing the addressable market through e-commerce.
  • Conceived and created the digital versions of Daily 5, Daily 7 and Daily 10, aimed at different age groups, including product features, look and feel, prototyping and testing.
  • Licensed content to educational platform TinyTap, publisher of interactive e-books.

DOW JONES & CO / THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
Hong Kong

Managing Director, Asia Pacific & Publisher The Wall Street Journal Asia

Jan 2009 - Jan 2013

Business information and publishing, subsidiary of News Corp.

  • Promoted to take full P&L responsibility for a $130m t/o business with 18 offices in 14 countries and operations in 6 languages. 770 staff.
  • Grew B2B-Newswires revenue by 16% and B2C-WSJA revenue by 35%.
  • Improved profit margins to 25%.
  • Merged the Dow Jones Consumer Division, (WSJA) and Dow Jones Enterprise division, Newswires, Factiva, Risk & Compliance, into a functional Asia Pacific subsidiary consolidated in Hong Kong.
  • Increased the monthly digital audience of the WSJA to 15m unique users from an original print version of 80k unique users in 2006.

Dow Jones Consumer Media Group & Publisher, The Wall Street Journal Asia
Hong Kong

Managing Director Asia Pacific

Jan 2006 - Jan 2009

  • Turned around the print edition of the WSJA, regaining top position in advertising market share.
  • Returned to profitability, growing revenue 47% and turning losses into profit from year 1.
  • Developed and launched digital local language and content editions of the WSJA in English, Chinese and Japanese, negotiating the latter with a local partner to form a J.V.


DOW JONES & CO / THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
Hong Kong

MEDIA CONSULTANT

Jan 2002 - Déc 2005

Business information and publishing, subsidiary of News Corp.

  • Supported the acquisition of Action Asia, an active lifestyle magazine and corporate events, expanded the format and sold to the Singapore publisher SPH.
  • Founded Step Max and launched Daily 7 and Daily 10, children’s educational print titles.

HACHETTE FILIPACCHI MEDIAS GROUP
Hong Kong

President and CEO Asia Pacific

Jan 1995 - Déc 2001

Global magazine publisher

Promoted to take full P&L responsibility for the t/o US$230m region covering 9 markets; Japan, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia and Australia; 40 magazines, 700 employees.

  • Doubled revenue to US$230m, turning around a loss-making business.
  • Created organic growth through developing American magazine titles in local languages.
  • Bought out the Time J.V. in Japan and acquired the titles of Japanese publisher Fujin Gaho.

HACHETTE FILIPACCHI MEDIAS GROUP
Hong Kong

V.P. Asia Pacific, Managing Director Hong Kong and China

Jan 1993 - Déc 1994

Global magazine publisher.

Promoted to take full P&L responsibility for the North Asian region; 10 magazines, 100 employees.

  • Changed the focus of the business from South Asia with management based in Sydney to the rapidly expanding and high potential North Asia market.
  • Bought out the J.V. partner in Hong Kong taking full control of all titles, including ELLE.

HACHETTE FILIPACCHI MEDIAS GROUP
Tokyo, Japon

Representative Director

Jan 1991 - Jan 1993

  • Set up the Tokyo office to manage ELLE licensee and 50 sub-licensees manufacturing clothing and home furnishing products under the ELLE brand.


ELLE Publishing New York
New York

V. P. and General Manager

Jan 1988 - Jan 1991

HACHETTE FILIPACCHI MEDIAS GROUP

  • Promoted with full P&L responsibility for ELLE PUBLISHING: t/o in excess of US$ 100m.
  • Worked on the acquisition of the 49% JV share of the business from partner News Corp.
  • Launched of ELLE brand extension magazine: ELLE Décor.
  • Corporate Controller of the American Hachette Filipacchi Media company, following the acquisition of the 10 former CBS Group magazine titles for US$650m.

Hachette Filipacchi
Paris, France

International Business Manager

Jan 1984 - Jan 1988

  • Helped establish international operations: launch of many editions of ELLE outside France.


Certification

 

2019 : ITIL V4

Formation

 

2013     University of Hong Kong - Women's Directorship Program

2010     Executive Education Harvard Business School - YPO

1991     MBA Columbia University New York

1984     ESSEC

Langues

 

English : Bilingue ou langue maternelle

French : Bilingue ou langue maternelle

Mandarin : Moyen

German : Moyen

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