Asiya Bakht
Mar 5, 2010

Damien Cummings, former GM of Ogilvy Neo, joins Dell as online director

SINGAPORE - Damien Cummings (pictured), the former general manager of [email protected], has joined Dell's small and medium business team as the online director for Asia-Pacific and Japan.

Damien Cummings online director Dell Asia Pacific Japan
Damien Cummings online director Dell Asia Pacific Japan
Prior to joining Dell, Cummings was the general manager of WPP/Ogilvy's new digital and CRM team, Soho Square, which he set up as a conflict agency to handle key CRM clients in Asia. He has also held a position as general manager of Ogilvy’s digital media team, [email protected] and head of digital strategy for OgilvyOne Singapore.

In August last year, OgilvyOne Singapore appointed Ferdinand Gutierrez as general manager of [email protected] following Cummings movement into a new role within the Ogilvy group.

Gutierrez was previously regional managing director of New Media, a full-service digital advertising agency based in Bangkok. He helped grow the agency’s digital business in Southeast Asian countries including Indonesia and Vietnam and led a team of 140 digital specialists.

Cummings has previously worked with Go Do, an Australian online travel company. His career to date includes stints at McKinsey & Company, Coca-Cola and mining services company Dyno Nobel. 

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