2017 is VML's 25th anniversary. "VML 25@25" is a podcast series, led by Global CEO Jon Cook, dedicated to exploring the people and offices that make up our growing VML family.
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Yi-Chung Tay is the CEO of VML China. In this podcast, Global CEO Jon Cook and he have a great conversation about content & commerce, how far advanced China is in those areas, and how much we all can learn from that. But it's not all business, Jon and Yi-Chung talk about his personal life growing up in Singapore, what it means to live in China now, and also a really good story about a recent trip he and his entire family took to his ancestral home on an island just off the coast of China.
In this episode, VML Global CEO Jon Cook talks with Tripti Lochan, the CEO of VML SE Asia & India. Tripti and Jon have known each other for a long time, and they have a great conversation about her entrepreneurial drive, how she thinks about business, and how she works her Indian heritage and culture into the business of VML.
In this episode of "25@25" VML Global CEO Jon Cook sits down with Frederico Roberto, creative director at VML London. You'll love the way he mixes creativity and his music together. Listen here and you'll get a great taste for what he has to say; but more importantly, what he has to play.
God-is Rivera is an associate director of social media strategy at VML New York. In this podcast, Global CEO Jon Cook talks with her on the day of VML's Annual Meeting, a few short hours before she addressed the entire company about Black Twitter. In retrospect, God-is's talk about Black Twitter and about inclusiveness at VML was one of the most memorable moments in the history of our annual meetings.
During this episode of "25@25," Global CEO Jon Cook sits down with Tomas Gonsorcik, group director of strategy & innovation at VML New York. He has a very specific and unique view of VML. Tomas has traveled across almost the entire VML global network. He's worked at the VML offices in New York and London, and I love how he weaves that perspective into his comments about his work, his family, and his friendships at VML.