Lynne Anne Davis, FleishmanHillard’s president of Asia Pacific, has been named to the prestigious Debrett’s 100 Most Influential People in Hong Kong, which lists the 100 most achieving and inspiring policymakers, tastemakers and pioneers in Hong Kong.
The list, which was published in conjunction with the South China Morning Post,
is the first in the ‘Debrett’s 100s’ global series, and is a compilation of people who have achieved, created and instigated change beyond expectations from 10 fields: Art, Architecture and Design; Arts, Film, Literature and Music; Business and Industry, Engineering and Entrepreneurs; Fashion; Food & Drink; Media; Sport; Stage and Screen; Technology & Digital; and Science & Medicine. This year’s inaugural Hong Kong roster includes Alibaba’s Jack Ma, film star Jackie Chan, fashion designer Vivienne Tam, and many other innovators successfully pushing the boundaries of their respective fields in ways that encourage others to follow suit.
“A place on the list isn’t determined by wealth; it recognizes those shaping Hong Kong life and contributing to global debates,” said Debrett’s CEO Joanne Milner. “In years gone by, Debrett’s has been seen synonymous with the British peerage and privilege. The future lies in global influence, built upon hard work, respect and authencity, and it is open to all…”
Debrett’s, a longstanding luxury lifestyle publisher and brand that for nearly 250 years remains the trusted source on British social skills, etiquette and style, also creates an annual ‘Debrett’s 500,’ which lists Britain’s most influential people.