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BBDO Indonesia appoints Silvia Pasaribu as Director, Client Services

30-May-2016
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BBDO Indonesia appoints Silvia Pasaribu as Director, Client Services

Silvia Pasaribu has joined BBDO Indonesia as Client Services Director. With over 18 years of experience, Pasaribu will be a tasked with developing solid client relationships, foster agency talent, and champion creative excellence.

Prior to joining BBDO, Pasaribu spent 9 years as a group account director at Ogilvy & Mather Indonesia, working on brands such as Dove, Coca-Cola, Volkswagen, and CIMB Niaga. She has also worked on clients such as Telkomsel and McDonald’s at Leo Burnett Indonesia.

Commenting on her new role, Pasaribu said, “When I talk to people from BBDO, they point out the same things. It’s a place where they are happy to work at—a supportive environment that constantly stimulates everyone to create great stuff and bring out their best. I think we share the same idea on what makes a great workplace. I’m glad to be part of the team.”

Speaking about the appointment, Intan Mokhnar, Managing Director of BBDO Indonesia said, “Silvia is a great addition to the BBDO family, with an impressive track record with clients. I’m delighted to have Silvia on board and I have no doubt that she will bring positive changes to her new role here.”

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