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RedWorks Digital appoints Gavin Hall as Regional VP

27-September-2012
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RedWorks Digital appoints Gavin Hall as Regional VP

RedWorks, a unit of Ogilvy & Mather, has appointed Gavin Hall as Regional Vice President for RedWorks Digital Services. In this new role, Hall will be based in Singapore and expand the digital delivery capabilities of RedWorks across the region, including specialist and production operations in Bangalore, Ho Chi Minh and Beijing.

“RedWorks has evolved considerably over the last three years and we are pleased to have Gavin on board to be part of our growth,” said Michael Burgess, Regional President, RedWorks Asia.

“His extensive management, mobile, online project and product management experience will further add to our service offerings and strong leadership team, and create additional value for our clients,” added Burgess.

Hall began his career as a producer for MTV before joining OgilvyOne in the interactive space, where he worked on regional projects for Nokia, Unilever and Lufthansa. He moved to Yahoo!, where he managed regional mobile product offerings before his most recent role at SingTel, where he was charged with leading the developer and partnership relationships for the company’s drive into mobile applications.

“It has been more than six years since I was part of Ogilvy and I feel as if I am coming home,” Hall said on his joining. “It is an exciting time to join RedWorks, and I am looking forward to supporting RedWorks’ growth across Asia Pacific,” he concluded.

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