Jack Yan

The sooner we get away from notions of “left” and “right” and work out for ourselves where we’d like our country and our world to head, we will start working together without these false divisions.

Name + Mail Jack Yan | moc.t1508554859enayj1508554859@nay.1508554859kcaj1508554859
Current Company + Web Jack Yan & Associates | jyanet.com
Location Wellington, New Zealand.
Key expertise Branding and business performance.
Typography.
Years of experience More than 28 years.
Scope of experience Beauty, fashion and automotive sectors primarily.
Publishing, typeface design, non-profit and political organizations, events, digital marketing, social media marketing.
Key clients Deutsche Bank, Panos Emporio, Atlet, Munro Shoes, Natcoll, NZCS, Volkswagen, Motor Trade Association, L’Oréal, Panasonic, KSP, Silkbody, Hema.
Academic activities Guest lecturer for Massey University, advisory panel for Whitireia Polytechnic.
Board of advisers for NIMCOM (Pune)
Books, Articles Book chapters for Beyond Branding and Nation Branding: Country Concepts and Cases.
Articles in Journal of Brand Management and Journal of Digital and Social Media Marketing.
Typography columnist for Desktop for 14 years.
Education LL B, BCA (Hons., 1st class), MCA.
Speaking ‘Strategy, trends and the marketing man’, Global MDP, Proton Business School, Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India, December 26, 2008.
‘Online branding: an antipodean experience’, Human.Society@Internet conference, Seoul, Korea, July 5, 2001.
‘The Swedenization of branding’, Marknadsföreningen i Stockholm (Stockholm Marketing Association), June 25, 2002.
‘Integrating branding for business performance’, BrightStar Pack and Brand Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, October 13, 2003.
‘The craft and business of typography’, Australian Graphic Design Association forum, BMW Edge, Federation Square, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, August 3, 2004.
‘The business of branding’, Australian Graphic Design Association, Victoria chapter, CUB Malthouse Theatre, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, November 16, 2004
‘Going global’, Bananas New Zealand Going Global conference, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand, August 19, 2007.
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