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We Partners


Working with We-Enhance Inc, Open Creative (OCL) is a leading Asia-based digital agency providing value-added technology services and innovative interactive marketing solutions to some of the best known global consumer brands and multinationals including Pepsi, Carlsberg, Hong Kong Disneyland, L’Oreal, California Fitness, Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts to name a few.

Established in 1996 and headquartered in Hong Kong with offices in Shanghai, China, OCL's skilled team of multi-talented professionals work synergistically to execute and deliver highly compelling and effective business solutions across all platforms, devices and network infrastructures.



The largest Indie music and Artist Management company in Greater China and with offices in Guangzhou, Shanghai and Beijing and a staff of over 120.

Bought out EMI Music in Taiwan and the People's Republic Of China in 2008 and is the "home" of popular Taiwan-born Singer-Songwriter David Tao as well as A Mei and new pop sensation Show.

Headed by Norman Cheng, former Chairman and CEO of PolyGram Asia, Universal Music Asia and EMI Music Asia, Cheng and We-Enhance's Hans Ebert have made a formidable team in the Asian Music industry since their days in PolyGram and up to their time at EMI Music South East Asia.

Cheng is known for being the first Asian to run a major music company in the region and for having discovered and shaped the careers of such iconic Chinese mega-stars as Sam Hui, the creator of Canto-Rock, Jacky Cheung, the best-selling Chinese recording artist in the world, China's most famous diva, the late Teresa Teng, The 12 Girls Band, Faye Wong, Classical pianist Yundi Li and others.

Today, Cheng and Ebert and their respective companies are working on furthering the careers of new and established Chinese artists and creating and developing on-air, online, on-the-ground and mobile technology opportunities in China for International acts.