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FITCH Singapore announces the appointment of Scott Nelson as associate strategy director

Feb 24, 2014
Global retail and brand consultancy FITCH today announced the appointment of Scott Nelson as Associate Strategy Director for the FITCH Singapore office.

Scott will relocate from the FITCH Columbus office where he has been based for 2 years.

At FITCH Columbus, Scott led strategic design initiatives with US national retailer, Target. He lead multiple initiatives built around in-store marketing guidelines, the use of digital in-store, category navigation and information strategy, among other projects.

Scott spent 3 months in the FITCH Singapore studio in late 2013 as part of FITCH’s ‘Globetrotter’ initiative – a programme offered to permanent FITCH employees that sees them spend 3 months in a FITCH office/ country of their choice. The opportunity promotes FITCH’s culture of encouraging curiosity and boldness in employees.

Jane Perry, Managing Director Southeast Asia says of the appointment: “We are thrilled to welcome Scott back to FITCH Singapore. He added a tremendous amount of value to our business and our clients during his 3-month Globetrotter visit. At FITCH, everything we do is based on authentic insights. Scott’s appointment will bolster FITCH Singapore’s strategic offer to our clients.”

Reporting into Jane Perry, Scott will sit within FITCH Singapore’s strategy team, led by Ian Bellhouse – Global Strategy Director of FITCH Worldwide, who is also based in Singapore.


Source: Press Release

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