Byravee Iyer
Feb 11, 2015

BBDO and Proximity’s former head of digital joins R/GA

SINGAPORE - To grow its Singapore operations, R/GA Singapore has appointed Lian-Shi Ho and Matt Gehrmann as MD client services and executive production director, respectively.

Lian-Shi Ho
Lian-Shi Ho

“It’s an exciting time for R/GA in the Asia-Pacific region,” said Jim Moffatt, EVP managing drector Asia Pacific R/GA. “Shi has the experience, regional knowledge and skills to help us continue to grow our new and existing client relationships, while Matt’s proven track record of delivering transformative work for global brands in the region makes him a perfect fit to head up our production department.”

Mofatt joined the Singapore office last year, following a six-year tenure as managing director of R/GA's London office. 

Ho joins the agency from BBDO/Proximity Singapore and will be responsible for developing long-term client relationships and strategy. Ho was also the client partner and program leader for P&G’s content and CRM marketing platform. Prior to that, she spent eight years at Nokia working across roles in B2C, B2B marketing, social, PR and digital strategy.

Gehrmann will be responsible for delivery across all Singapore clients and joins from FROG Shanghai, where he held the role of director. Both will report into Moffatt.

 

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