Creative Industries Committee

The objective of the Creative Industries Committee is to bring together Chamber members and industry experts to consider issues of common interest and play a central role in providing input into the Chamber’s policy and advocacy work moving forward.The Committee will also act as a great platform to network with other industry professionals.

Join the Committee

Jo LusbyMemberPixie BRead moreRead lessJo Lusby is the co-founder of Pixie B, an independent consultancy offering commercial advice and market insight to companies and individuals working in media, publishing, and education, specialising in China and the wider Asia region. Pixie B represents businesses, filmmakers, authors, and other creatives seeking to build businesses, secure finance, find partners, and make deals. Clients include Pottermore, BBC Studios, The Financial Times, Macmillan Publishers, The Publisher's Association, The Blair Partnership, Luxe Travel Guides, London Book Fair, and the Swire Group.
Marketing, Communications & Corporate Relations ManagerKarrie LamRead moreRead lessKarrie is responsible for the overall marketing strategy and external communications of the British Chamber. This requires communicating effectively through the Chamber’s digital platforms and various publications that the Chamber compiles. Karrie is also responsible for establishing and maintaining strong relationships with Sterling members and looks after the Luxury & Retail, Innovation & Technology, Creative Industries and Marketing Committees. Karrie has over nine year’s experience in marketing, communications, fundraising, and donor relations in non-profit industries.
Christopher OwenMemberThirty30 CreativeRead moreRead lessBio Pending.
Doris FongMemberInvestHKRead moreRead lessBio Pending.
Hailey ChanMemberBritish Consulate-GeneralRead moreRead lessBio Pending.
Jonathan CummingsMemberLandorRead moreRead lessJonathan is President, APAC of Landor, the world’s largest brand consultancy, part of the WPP. Jonathan founded what is now Landor Hong Kong in 2008, moving from London as a partner in independent brand consultancy StartJG having previously established the business in Dubai and Moscow. StartJG, known globally for its work with the Virgin brand quickly grew to become one of the most respected brand consultancies in Asia, winning Agency of the Year awards in 2014, 15 and 16. In late 2016 WPP acquired a majority stake with StartJG becoming part of the FITCH network, later merging with Landor to become a clear market leader across the region and Jonathan taking the helm for the combined business across APAC. An expert in brand strategy, Jonathan and his team help shape many of the worlds leading brands including Huawei, Tata, Coca Cola, Ford and Sony. Jonathan served as a director of Cricket Hong Kong for many years and is an investor and advisor to a number of businesses including Asia’s leading eSports team Talon and Ethiopian fashion brand ENZI. He is a Board director of the Cambodian Children’s Fund and co- founder of the Panda Paddlers, possibly the largest dragon boat team in the world. Jonathan is married with two children.
Mark PeakerMember3812 GalleryRead moreRead lessBio Pending.
Stephen NgMemberBritish Consulate-GeneralRead moreRead lessBio Pending.
John WicksMemberM+ MuseumRead moreRead lessBio Pending.
Maria WongMemberHK WallsRead moreRead lessBio Pending.
Susannah MorleyMemberBritish CouncilRead moreRead lessBio Pending.
Timothy WongMemberBritish CouncilRead moreRead lessBio Pending.
Viki MinMemberThe Economist Corporate NetworkRead moreRead lessBio Pending.