Grey Group strengthens its Singapore and Asia Pacific core leadership teams with triple hire
2017 sees the addition of three senior hires to Grey Group’s Singapore and Asia Pacific core leadership teams.
Måns Tesch comes onboard in the newly created role of Chief Strategy Officer for Grey Group Asia Pacific. Neil Cotton has joined as Global Strategy Director for GSK and Chief Strategy Officer (CSO) for Grey Group Singapore, while Marthinus Strydom has been appointed as Global Creative Leader, Team GSK, Grey Group Singapore.
“Grey has been on an awe-inspiring run for years now. I’m honoured and thrilled to join an agency that constantly brings great creative work to the world that actually make brands more relevant in people’s daily lives. I can’t wait to get on board to become part of the journey of defining how we can be “famously effective” for another hundred years,” shared Tesch.
“You only have look at how Grey has reinvented itself in some of its most prominent hubs like London and New York to know there’s something really interesting going on in the organization. Grey in Asia/Singapore is a great example of an agency that truly understands what it means to be integrated, which is something few of its competitors can boast. I’m really excited to be part of a new bunch of people helping to take Grey to the next level,” saidCotton.
Finally, Strydomshared, “I’m very pleased to have been offered the responsibility of creatively leading the GSK business. I’m very keen to help improve the overall creative output and create some fame in a tough but ready for it, category.”
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