Chime Communications' sports marketing arm sets up shop in Hong Kong

Chime Communications' sports marketing division has opened an office in Hong Kong as part of international expansion plans for the Fast Track brand.

Fast Track CEO: Andy Westlake
Fast Track CEO: Andy Westlake
Headquartered in London, the division counts the new office as its fourth global base. Other locations include Abu Dhabi, Spain and New Zealand.

Fast Track CEO, Andy Westlake, said: ‘We are delighted to create an opportunity for Fast Track to grow in Hong Kong and, as brands are continually asking us to offer global solutions with regional capabilities and understanding, this positions us perfectly to deliver in a key market.’

The Chime sports arm currently works with clients including HSBC, Lucozade, UK Athletics and National Lottery.

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