Ambient Digital Group Appoints Yvette Ces as Regional Associate Business Director


Yvette Ces joins as Regional Associate Business Director to drive Ambient Digital’s growth in Myanmar

Digital media and marketing solutions company, Ambient Digital Group, has appointed Yvette Ces as Regional Associate Business Director. Her responsibilities will include heading up the Myanmar business to expand on its strong growth.

Ces will work from the Yangon office, and be responsible for all sales, marketing and new business activities, as well as back end operations.

Myanmar, an emerging market predicted to post an 8% GDP growth for 2018, has seen a revolution in the digital landscape where its population is embracing a mobile-first world.

Andrew Stephens, CEO of Ambient Digital Group, said, “Ambient’s business in Myanmar is growing rapidly so we are absolutely delighted to have secured someone with the quality and experience that Yvette brings. She is a great addition to the Ambient management team.”

Yvette Ces, Regional Associate Business Director, Ambient Digital Group, said, “I am really excited to be joining Ambient at this time, as we continue to expand our business across the region. I am especially pleased to be given the opportunity to lead Ambient Myanmar. The rate of growth in the market is astounding and that creates boundless opportunities for us.”

Ces joins from leading telecommunications firm PLDT Global where she has managed digital campaigns across international markets as Head of Product Marketing. Ces has a wealth of experience from several full service and media agencies including MRM//McCann Manila as Head of Digital Media where she handled digital media requirements of top brands such as Coca-Cola, Unilever, Jollibee and Nestle to name a few. Prior to MRM//McCann, she was also a Regional Client Services Director for Syndacast Thailand, managing its key digital account, Accor Hotels across Asia Pacific.

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