Warner Chappell Music, one of the largest music publishing companies in the world, has announced the appointment of Ru Ping Gan as their new Vice President of Digital Asia Pacific. This appointment represents a significant step forward for the company as they continue to expand their global reach and strengthen their position in the rapidly growing digital music market.
In her new role, Gan will be responsible for leading the company’s digital strategy in the Asia Pacific region, with a focus on developing new revenue streams and partnerships. She will work closely with the company’s existing teams in the region, as well as with key stakeholders in the music industry, to drive growth and innovation.
Gan’s Career in the Music Industry.
Gan brings a wealth of experience and expertise to her new role, having spent over 15 years in the digital music industry. Previously Gan played an important role in securing several important commercial deals, such as landing projects with Meta, NetEase Music, Spotify, Tencent Music and YouTube. Having been with Warner Chappell Music since 2013, Gan previously held a position as VP for Revenue and Deal Strategy, Asia Pacific, supporting the leadership teams and business with deal analysis, modeling, and crafting the terms structure of deals and revenue.
On her appointment, Gan said: “I couldn’t be more excited about stepping into this role. I am honored to have this opportunity to further advance Warner Chappell’s Asia Pacific digital strategy alongside an incredible team who represent some of the greatest minds in the industry.”
Warner Chappell Music has a rich history of supporting the creative efforts of songwriters and music publishers, and their appointment of Gan as VP of Digital Asia Pacific demonstrates their commitment to staying at the forefront of the industry and capitalizing on the growth opportunities presented by the digital music market.
Support for Gan’s Appointment within Warner Chappell
With the appointment of Ru Ping Gan as VP of Digital Asia Pacific, Warner Chappell Music is positioning itself for continued growth in Asia. Monica Lee, President, Warner Chappell Music Asia Pacific, added:
“Ru Ping has consistently demonstrated the value that she brings to Warner Chappell Music, making great contributions through her work supporting and negotiating key agreements in Asia Pacific over the past. She brings an entrepreneurial orientation as well as an incredible wealth of experience to this role.”
“Warner Chappell Music has taken big steps to expand our footprint in Asia Pacific over the last few years, and I am excited about the contribution Ru Ping will make to the continued growth of our digital business in the region,”- , Natalie Madaj – SVP Global Digital Warner Chappell Music