Need to know: the top stories for Asia comms, media and marketing pros on Monday, 25/1/16

Superdream opens in Brisbane; O'Sullivan heads to Bell Pottinger; DAN consolidates in APAC; investing in Southeast Asia art; Davos 2016; cheaper stocks on Wall Street; picking some winter sun

Nick Waters, APAC CEO of Dentsu Aegis Network
Nick Waters, APAC CEO of Dentsu Aegis Network

UK agency Superdream comes to Australia

Midlands-based PR firm opens second office in Brisbane.

Surname & Surname co-founder Kev O'Sullivan takes senior Bell Pottinger role

Kev O'Sullivan, who alongside Lotte Jones launched Surname & Surname four years ago, has joined Bell Pottinger as a partner and head of creative engagement.

Dentsu Aegis consolidates APAC operations with SEA team exit

In a bid to cut "duplicate costs", Dentu Aegis Network (DAN) has consolidated its operations in Asia Pacific, with four Southeast Asian leads exiting the business.

Is Southeast Asian art a good investment?

Southeast Asian art has been enjoying greater recognition in recent years but is it a worthwhile investment? The answer depends on who you ask.

Davos 2016: Who said what

China. The refugee crisis. Low commodity prices. Terrorism. Climate change: Just a small sample of the many issues that have been discussed at this year's World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

Good news! Now stocks might actually be cheap

The brutal sell off Wall Street has endured over the last few weeks may have a silver lining.

How to pick choose-your-own-adventure cruise deals

Travellers hunting for a bargain warm-weather getaway could easily believe their ship has come in. But picking among cruise deals isn't a straightforward process.

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