Dominic Powers is the Senior Vice President and Managing Director of International Operations for Epsilon International - the international operating unit of Epsilon, a leading multi-channel marketing services company with a wide range of strategic data-driven solutions that provide a 360-degree view and interaction with customers. Based in Hong Kong, Dominic is responsible for leading the day-to-day operations of the business throughout the region, including offices in Australia, China, India, Japan, and Singapore. He joined DoubleClick in November 2002 as regional director of sales, responsible for new business generation across the region, and became part of the Epsilon Senior Leadership team through the 2005 acquisition of DoubleClick Email Solutions. From 1999 to 2002 he was a member of the senior management team of Chinadotcom’s Mezzo Marketing – formerly 24/7 Media Asia. His responsibilities included the strategic development and implementation of the email marketing and data business throughout the region, as well as the research of privacy legislation and its impact on marketing methodologies and technologies in Asia Pacific. Prior to Chinadotcom Corporation, Dominic was with The Economist Group in Hong Kong. In the early 90s he worked in publishing and event management, developing industrial road shows for the governments of emerging markets. A graduate of Modern Chinese from the University of Leeds in the UK, and Tianjin Normal University in the People’s Republic of China, he has lived, studied, and worked in various locations across Asia Pacific since 1995. He is currently a Board Member of the Hong Kong Direct Marketing Association (HKDMA), The China Direct Marketing Association, and the Asia Digital Marketing Association (ADMA) and a regular presenter and commentator on data-driven marketing and privacy issues throughout the region.
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